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  • Page 1 Notice Note that when converting this document from its original format to a .pdf file, some minor font and format changes may occur. When viewing and printing this document, we cannot guarantee that your specific PC or printer will support all of the fonts or graphics. Therefore, when you view the document, fonts may be substituted and your individual printer may not have the capability to print the document correctly.
  • Page 3 ® System Hardware Manual INT-2088 Issue 2.0 (Version 4000)
  • Page 5 Pentium is a trademark or registered trademark of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries. Bluetooth is a registered trademark owned by Bluetooth SIG Inc. and is licensed to NEC Corporation of America. All other brand names and product names referenced in this document are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
  • Page 7: Regulatory

    The UNIVERGE SV8100 system provides what the customer needs today, and as business expands the system can be expanded to grow as well. The UNIVERGE SV8100 system has a set of manuals that provides all the information necessary to install and support the system. This preface describes these manuals.
  • Page 8 Series i Telephones term The UNIVERGE SV8100 system supports several different Electra Elite IPK II D Series i Multiline Terminals and an Attendant Console. This chapter describes each terminal and the console and provides instructions for attaching the terminals to the system and for wall mounting.
  • Page 9: Section 1 General Information

    Other manuals in the set are described below. OCUMENTS Documents supporting the SV8100 system include: UNIVERGE SV8100 Features and Specifications Manual This manual describes each available feature for the SV8100 system. UNIVERGE SV8100 General Description Manual This manual contains general information about the system features, configuration and standards.
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  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS ___________________________________________________________________________________ Regulatory Chapter 1 Introduction to SV8100 Section 1 General Information ..............1-1 Section 2 Equipment List................1-5 Chapter 2 SV8100 System Specifications Section 1 General Information ..............2-1 Section 2 System Block Diagram..............2-1 Section 3 Maximum System Capacities .............
  • Page 12 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Environmental Conditions ............2-30 6.3.1 Temperature and Humidity............2-30 Outside Line Types ..............2-31 Transmission, Network, and Control Specifications....2-32 6.5.1 Transmission................2-32 6.5.2 Network ..................2-32 6.5.3 Control..................2-32 6.5.4 Electra Elite IPK Terminals and Equipment ......2-33 6.5.5 Series i Terminals ..............2-33 Dialing Specifications..............2-34...
  • Page 13 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Section 7 Traffic Capacity................2-44 Chapter 3 Installing the SV8100 Chassis Section 1 General Information ..............3-1 Section 2 Site Preparation and MDF/IDF Construction......3-1 Precautionary Information............. 3-1 Surveying the Customer Site ............3-2 Selecting the Best Location for Proper Installation ....... 3-2 2.3.1...
  • Page 14 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3.3.4 Install Grounding on Multiple 19” Chassis (Optional)....3-19 3.3.5 Install AC Power Cords on 19” Chassis ........3-20 3.3.6 Install AC Power Cords on Multiple 19” Chassis (Optional)..3-21 3.3.7 Install Additional Blades 19” Chassis ........3-21 3.3.8 Apply Power to the 19”...
  • Page 15 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3.5.8 Applying Power to the 9.5” Base and Expansion Chassis ..3-39 Section 4 Wall Mounting the Chassis ............3-39 Wall Mounting the 19” (CHS2U-US) Chassis ......3-39 4.1.1 CHS2U-US Chassis Wall Mount Installation......3-39 Wall Mounting the 9.5”...
  • Page 16 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Rack Mounting the 9.5” Base (CHS2U B-US) and Expansion (CHS2U E) Chassis ..........3-83 7.2.1 CHS2U B-US and CHS2U E Chassis Installation.....3-83 Section 8 Battery Connection ..............3-87 Installing the Internal Batteries 19” (CHS2U-US) Chassis..3-87 Installing the External Batteries 19” (CHS2U-US) Chassis..3-92 8.2.1...
  • Page 17 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Section 10 Remove and Install Cooling Fan ..........3-112 10.1 CHS2U-US Chassis..............3-112 10.1.1 Remove Cooling Fan ............3-112 10.1.2 Install Cooling Fan ..............3-113 Chapter 4 Installing the SV8100 Blades Section 1 General Information ..............4-1 Slot Locations ................
  • Page 18 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 2.6.3.4 Saving Your Configuration ..........4-12 2.6.3.5 Backing Up/Restoring a Database........4-12 2.6.4 Performing a Software Upgrade..........4-14 Section 3 Common Control Blades ............4-16 CD-CP00-US (SV8100 Central Processing Unit) .......4-16 3.1.1 Description ................4-17 3.1.2 Installation .................4-20 3.1.3...
  • Page 19 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3.5.3 Installation................. 4-38 3.5.4 Supported Hardware (IPK II)............. 4-39 3.5.5 Optional Equipment ..............4-41 3.5.6 Supported Terminals..............4-42 3.5.7 Switch Settings ................. 4-43 3.5.8 LED Indications................. 4-44 3.5.9 Connectors................4-44 Section 4 Station Blades................4-46 CD-8DLCA/CD-16DLCA (Digital Station Interface) ....
  • Page 20 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ term CD-LTA (D /SLT Combination) ..........4-62 4.5.1 Description ................4-62 4.5.2 Installation .................4-63 4.5.3 LED Indications .................4-64 4.5.4 Connectors................4-65 Section 5 Trunk Blades ................4-66 CD-4COTB (4 Loop and Ground Start Interface)......4-66 5.1.1 Description ................4-66 5.1.2 Installation .................4-67...
  • Page 21 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ CD-4DIOPA (DID/OPX Interface ) ..........4-80 – 5.5.1 Description ................4-80 5.5.2 Installation................. 4-81 5.5.3 LED Indications................. 4-81 5.5.4 Connectors................4-82 CD-PRTA (PRI/T1 Interface) ............. 4-83 5.6.1 Description ................4-83 5.6.2 Installation................. 4-85 5.6.3 LED Indications................. 4-86 5.6.4...
  • Page 22 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 6.1.4.3 RS-232 Serial Cable (DTE)..........4-99 6.1.4.4 RS-232 Serial Cable (DCE) ..........4-100 6.1.4.5 USB Interface ..............4-100 6.1.4.6 VGA Display Interface ............4-100 6.1.4.7 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX Ethernet Interface...... 4-100 CD-PVAA (Packet Voice Application) ........4-102 6.2.1...
  • Page 23 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 6.5.3 LED Indications............... 4-114 6.5.4 Connectors................4-114 Section 7 Cabling and MDF Connection ..........4-115 Connection Requirements ............4-115 Cabling Precautions..............4-115 Wiring Between the Chassis and the MDF ....... 4-115 7.3.1 Chassis Cables ............... 4-115 7.3.2...
  • Page 24 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3.1.3 ITL-8LD-1 (BK) TEL/ITL-8LD-1 (WH) TEL ........5-18 3.1.4 ITL-12D-1 (BK) TEL/ITL-12D-1 (WH) TEL ........5-19 3.1.5 ITL-12PA-1 (BK) TEL ..............5-20 3.1.6 ITL-24D-1 (BK) TEL/ITL-24D-1 (WH) TEL ........5-21 3.1.7 ITL-32D-1 (BK) TEL/ITL-32D-1 (WH) TEL ........5-22 3.1.8 ITL-320C-1 (BK) TEL ..............5-23 Section 4 Install Multiline Terminals ............
  • Page 25 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4.8.4 Configuring the IP Telephone for the Ten Key Kit ....5-44 Install the Sticker-Braille-L KIT ........... 5-46 4.10 Adjusting the Height on the Multiline Terminal ......5-48 4.11 Removing or Installing the Tilt Legs on the Multiline Terminal................
  • Page 26 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 5.2.7.1 Mount Multiline Terminal on Wall using WM-L UNIT ..5-74 5.2.7.2 Mount Multiline Terminal on Wall Plate using WM-L UNIT ................. 5-78 5.2.8 DSS WM-L UNIT...............5-82 5.2.8.1 Mount DCL-60-1 CONSOLE on Wall using DSS WM-L UNIT..............5-82 5.2.8.2...
  • Page 27 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Applying Power to the Base Unit ..........6-6 term ® Section 4 Cordless Lite II Terminal (DTH-4R-1) ......6-7 Selecting a Location ..............6-7 Controls and Indicators..............6-7 Installation Precautions............... 6-10 Connecting the Telephone Cords ..........6-10 Applying Power to the Charging Unit..........
  • Page 28 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Mount the Base Unit on a Standard Wall Plate......6-27 Mount the Base Unit on a Direct Wall Mounting ......6-28 Connecting the Charger..............6-29 term ® Section 6 Cordless DECT (DTL-8R-1).......... 6-30 Selecting a Location..............6-31 Installation Precautions...............6-31 Connecting the Telephone Cords ..........6-32...
  • Page 29 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 7.2.3 Test the Location ..............6-49 7.2.4 Installing the Repeater .............. 6-50 7.2.5 Multiple Repeater Systems ............6-50 7.2.5.1 Incorrect Installation ............6-50 7.2.5.2 Correct Installation...............6-51 7.2.5.3 Daisy-Chain Installation............6-52 Troubleshooting Chart ..............6-52 Turning on the Verification Tone..........6-52 Maintenance ................
  • Page 30 Cordless Phone Headset (M175).......6-78 term ® 10.3.3 NEC D NEC Polaris SupraPlus™ ........6-79 term ® 10.3.4 NEC D NEC Polaris Mirage ® ........6-79 term ® 10.3.5 NEC D NEC Polaris TriStar ® ........6-80 term ® 10.3.6 NEC D NEC Polaris Encore ®........6-80...
  • Page 31 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Section 2 NEC SIP DECT Solutions ............7-1 Installation..................7-2 Handsets..................7-3 2.2.1 SIP DECT C124................7-3 2.2.1.1 Display Arrangement .............7-4 2.2.1.2 Keypad Arrangement.............7-5 2.2.2 SIP DECT G955................7-6 2.2.2.1 Display Screen ..............7-7 Section 3 MH240 Wireless IP Telephone ..........
  • Page 32 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Connecting and Charging the Batteries ........8-6 Keypad Functions .................8-6 Programming Options ..............8-7 Compliance ...................8-8 Section 4 NEC SIP Conference Max ............8-8 Installation..................8-8 Connecting and Charging the Batteries ........8-10 Keypad Functions ...............8-10 Programming Options ..............8-11 Compliance .................8-12 Chapter 9 Installing SV8100 Optional Equipment Section 1 General Information ..............
  • Page 33 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Installing an External Page System ..........9-15 Section 6 External Paging and Door Box/Page Relays......9-17 External Page Relays ..............9-17 Door Box /External Page Relay Contacts........9-18 6.2.1 Connecting a Contact Relay Device to a Door Box/External Page Relay ............
  • Page 34 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 11.2.1 Connection Configuration............9-28 11.2.2 Connectors................9-29 11.3 Installation...................9-29 11.3.1 VSR Application Software ............9-33 11.3.2 VSR User Interface Tab Options..........9-34 11.3.3 VSR Playback Tab ..............9-34 11.3.4 VSR Record Tab ...............9-37 11.3.5 About Tab..................9-38 11.3.6 Options Tab................9-39 11.3.7 File Management Tab ...............9-41 11.3.8 Custom Program Settings ............9-42...
  • Page 35 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 11.6.1.3 Screen Resolution ...............9-58 11.6.1.4 Is the Microsoft.Net Framework 1.1 Installed? ....9-59 11.6.2 Install Your Application Security Key ........9-59 11.6.3 Install and Register VSR Manager 2.0........9-60 11.6.3.1 Install VSR Manager............9-60 11.6.3.2 Register VSR Manager............9-61 11.7...
  • Page 36 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 12.4 APR-L UNIT ................9-77 12.4.1 APR-L UNIT Switch Settings.............9-77 12.4.2 Installing the APR-L UNIT ............9-78 12.5 PSA-L (BK) UNIT / PSA-L (WH) UNIT........9-80 12.5.1 Installing the PSA-L Adapter .............9-82 12.5.2 Using the PSA-L Adapter ............9-89 12.6...
  • Page 37 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ DTH-16(BL)-1/2 TEL..............10-8 DTH-16LD-1/2 TEL..............10-9 DTH-32D-1 TEL................ 10-10 2.10 DCR-60-1( ) Console ............... 10-11 Section 3 Connecting a Multiline Terminal to the System....10-12 Section 4 Connecting the Attendant Console to a Multiline Terminal ..............10-13 Section 5 Adjusting the LCD on a Multiline Terminal ......
  • Page 38 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 11.1.3 Removing the Wall Mounted Multiline Terminal from the Base Plate..............10-26 11.1.4 Wall Mounting the Base Plate on a Wall Plate......10-26 Section 12 Wall Mounting a Multiline Terminal using the Wall Mount Unit (WM-R Unit)............10-28 12.1...
  • Page 39 Installing the External Microphone.......... 11-28 Add on Module (ADM) .............. 11-29 4.2.1 Connecting the Interface Unit ..........11-29 4.2.2 Wall Mounting ADM and Multiline Terminal ......11-31 NEC Push-to-Mute (PTM) or Push-to-Talk (PTT) Handset ................11-33 4.3.1 Description ................11-33 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________...
  • Page 40 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table of Contents...
  • Page 41 LIST OF FIGURES ___________________________________________________________________________________ Chapter 1 Introduction to SV8100 Figure 1-1 Simplified SV8100 System (9.5” Gateway and Base) Connectivity ......1-2 Figure 1-2 Simplified SV8100 System (9.5” Base and Expansion) Connectivity ...... 1-3 Figure 1-3 Simplified SV8100 System (19”) Connectivity ............1-3 Chapter 2 SV8100 System Specifications Figure 2-1...
  • Page 42 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Figure 3-18 PZ-BS11 Installed (Cover Closed) ................3-16 Figure 3-19 19” Expansion Chassis Interface Units ..............3-17 Figure 3-20 System Expansion Cabling ..................3-18 Figure 3-21 Chassis Grounding Lug ..................3-19 Figure 3-22 19” Chassis Grounding Lug (Multiple-Chassis) .............3-20 Figure 3-23 Install the AC Power Cord ..................3-20...
  • Page 43 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Figure 3-51 Secure Metal Fitting to Upper Wall Mount Bracket with a Screw ......3-43 Figure 3-52 Secure Metal Fitting to Lower Wall Mount Bracket with Screws ......3-44 Figure 3-53 Attach Cable Support Bracket to Lower Wall Mount Bracket ........ 3-45 Figure 3-54 Attachment Locations of Cable Support Bracket ...........
  • Page 44 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Figure 3-85 Secure Stand Mount to Floor with Screws ............3-73 Figure 3-86 Attach Rubber Feet to CHS2U-US Chassis ............3-74 Figure 3-87 Install Additional CHS2U STAND KIT (EXT) ............3-75 Figure 3-88 Install Additional Brackets from CHS2U JOINT BRACKET KIT ......3-76 Figure 3-89 Position the 9.5”...
  • Page 45 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Figure 3-118 Connecting Battery Cables ..................3-98 Figure 3-119 Installing Cover Battery ..................3-98 Figure 3-120 Removing Fan Access Panel ................3-99 Figure 3-121 Connecting External Battery to CHS2U-US ............3-99 Figure 3-122 Single CHS LARGE BATT BOX Connection ............3-100 Figure 3-123 Dual CHS LARGE BATT BOX Connection ............
  • Page 46 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Figure 4-4 Inserting Blades in the 19” Chassis .................4-5 Figure 4-5 Inserting Blades in the 9.5” Chassis ................4-5 Figure 4-6 CD-CP00-US Blade Layout ...................4-16 Figure 4-7 CD-CP00-US Blade with Daughter Boards Installed ..........4-17 Figure 4-8 CD-CP00-US Battery Installation ................4-20...
  • Page 47 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Figure 4-37 CD-VM00 Blade ....................4-95 Figure 4-38 Install the CR-2032 Battery ................... 4-96 Figure 4-39 Install the SO-DIMM Memory ................4-97 Figure 4-40 Install the Compact Flash Drive ................4-97 Figure 4-41 CD-VM00 DB9 to 6-Pin Modular RS-232 Adapter ..........4-99 Figure 4-42 CD-VM00 RS-232 Serial Cable (DTE) ..............
  • Page 48 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Figure 5-18 Leading Line Cords on a Multiline Terminal ............5-26 Figure 5-19 IP Terminal Connector Locations ................5-27 Figure 5-20 Typical Network IP Connection ................5-28 Figure 5-21 Adjusting the LCD on a Multiline Terminal ............5-28 Figure 5-22 12LK-L Kit ......................5-29...
  • Page 49 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Figure 5-51 Sliding the Hanger Hook into Position ..............5-52 Figure 5-52 Bundling the Line Cord ..................5-53 Figure 5-53 Plugging in Line Cord .................... 5-53 Figure 5-54 Mount Multiline Terminal Wall on Wall Plate ............5-54 Figure 5-55 Removing the Multiline Terminal ................
  • Page 50 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Figure 5-85 Attach WM-L UNIT Using Screws .................5-75 Figure 5-86 Plugging in Line Cord ....................5-75 Figure 5-87 Cutouts for WM-L UNIT ..................5-76 Figure 5-88 WM-L UNIT Tabs ....................5-76 Figure 5-89 WM-L UNIT Installed .....................5-77 Figure 5-90 WM-L UNIT Release Button ..................5-77...
  • Page 51 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Figure 6-5 Connecting the Base Unit ..................6-6 term Figure 6-6 Cordless Lite II Controls and Indicators ............6-8 Figure 6-7 Connecting Base Unit to the Telephone Jack ............6-10 Figure 6-8 Connecting the Base Unit to the Multiline Terminal ..........6-11 Figure 6-9 Applying Power to the Charging Unit ..............
  • Page 52 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ term Figure 6-39 Connecting the D Cordless DECT to the Multiline Terminal ......6-33 Figure 6-40 Applying Power to the Charging Unit ..............6-33 Figure 6-41 Polarized Plug .......................6-34 Figure 6-42 Attaching the Wall Mount Stand to the Base Unit ..........6-35 Figure 6-43 Placing the AC Adapter Cord Inside the Wall Mount Stand ........6-35...
  • Page 53 NEC Polaris Supraplus ..................6-79 Figure 6-98 NEC Polaris Mirage ....................6-79 Figure 6-99 NEC Polaris TriStar ....................6-80 Figure 6-100 NEC Polaris Encore ....................6-80 Chapter 7 Installing SV8100 Wireless Telephones Figure 7-1 SIP DECT System Configuration ................7-2 Figure 7-2 C124 Wireless Handset ...................
  • Page 54: Section 2 Nec Conference Max™

    NEC Conference Max™ ..................8-2 Figure 8-2 NEC Conference Max Plus ..................8-5 Figure 8-3 NEC SIP Conference Installation ................8-9 Figure 8-4 Install Additional NEC SIP Conference Units ............8-9 Chapter 9 Installing SV8100 Optional Equipment Figure 9-1 PGD(2)-U10 ADP ....................9-2 Figure 9-2 Remove Cover from PGD(2)-U10 ADP ..............9-3...
  • Page 55: Section 3 Installing Adapters

    In-Line Power Adapter ................... 9-68 Figure 9-46 In-Line Power Adapter Switch Settings ..............9-69 Figure 9-47 NEC Terminal Connection to an IEEE 802.3af PoE Switch ........9-70 Figure 9-48 ADA-L UNIT ......................9-72 Figure 9-49 Separate Tilt Leg from Leg Support ..............9-74...
  • Page 56 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Figure 9-50 Bottom Option Interface Knockout .................9-74 Figure 9-51 Install ADA-L UNIT ....................9-75 Figure 9-52 ADA-L OUT Jack Connection ................9-76 Figure 9-53 ADA-L IN Jack Connection ..................9-76 Figure 9-54 APR-L UNIT ......................9-77 Figure 9-55 Separate Tilt Leg from Leg Support ..............9-78 Figure 9-56 Bottom Option Interface Knockout .................9-79...
  • Page 57 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Figure 9-83 DC Power Connection ................... 9-96 Figure 9-84 LAN(=) Connection ....................9-97 Figure 9-85 AC to DC In Connection ..................9-97 Figure 9-86 GBA-L UNIT Installed .................... 9-98 Figure 9-87 GBA-L UNIT Connectivity Chart ................9-99 Figure 9-88 GBA-L UNIT LED Display ...................
  • Page 58 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Figure 10-25 Lowering the Base Plate on the Multiline Terminal ..........10-19 Figure 10-26 Removing Base Plate ..................10-20 Figure 10-27 Installing Base Plate ....................10-21 Figure 10-28 Removing the Hanger Hook on a Multiline Terminal ...........10-22 Figure 10-29 Sliding the Hanger Hook into Position ..............10-22 Figure 10-30 Removing the Cutout ...................10-23...
  • Page 59 Figure 11-31 ADM and Multiline Terminal with Base Covers Removed ........11-30 Figure 11-32 Installing the Connector Plate ................11-31 Figure 11-33 Installing Base Units on the Wall ................. 11-32 Figure 11-34 NEC PTM or PTT Handset .................. 11-33 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________...
  • Page 60 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ xlviii List of Figures...
  • Page 61: Section 2 Equipment List

    LIST OF TABLES ___________________________________________________________________________________ Regulatory Table R-1 Battery Types and Quantities for Chassis and Blades ........... R-7 Chapter 1 Introduction to SV8100 Table 1-1 Chassis Equipment List ................... 1-5 Table 1-2 Chassis Installation Equipment List ................. 1-6 Table 1-3 Battery Mount Equipment List ................. 1-6 Table 1-4 Blade Equipment List ....................
  • Page 62 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table 2-13 IP Terminal Power Chart ..................2-25 Table 2-14 IEEE802.af Class Specifications ................2-25 Table 2-15 DT300 Series Loop Resistance and Cable Length ..........2-26 Table 2-16 DT700 Series Loop Resistance and Cable Length ..........2-27...
  • Page 63 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table 4-12 CompactFlash Voice Mail Specifications .............. 4-30 Table 4-13 IPLA Daughter Board LED Indications ..............4-34 Table 4-14 IPLA Daughter Board LED CN1 Transmit/Receive Data Indications ....4-34 Table 4-15 IPK II Supported Hardware ................... 4-39 Table 4-16 Supported Optional Equipment (via MGN-U10 ETU) ..........
  • Page 64 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table 4-46 CD-4ODTA RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs ............4-92 Table 4-47 Ethernet Connector Pin-Out ................4-101 Table 4-48 CD-CCTA LED Indications .................. 4-106 Table 4-49 CD-CCTA RJ-45 Cable Connector Pin-Outs ............4-107 Table 4-50 CD-RTB LED Indications ..................4-110 Table 4-51 CD-ETIA LED Indications ..................
  • Page 65 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Chapter 7 Installing SV8100 Wireless Telephones Table 7-1 C124 Handset Keypad Buttons ................7-5 Table 7-2 Icon Line Icons ......................7-7 Table 7-3 Bluetooth Headset Status Icons ................7-8 Table 7-4 Battery Charge Status Icons ................... 7-8 Table 7-5 MH240 Button Kit Functions ..................
  • Page 66 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ List of Tables...
  • Page 67: General Information

    The telephone company may make changes in its technical operations and procedures. When such changes affect the compatibility or use of the UNIVERGE SV8100 system, the telephone company is required to give adequate notice of the changes in order for you to maintain uninterrupted service.
  • Page 68 If equipment malfunctions, all repairs must be performed by an authorized agent of NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. or by NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. The user requiring service is responsible for reporting the need for service to an NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. authorized agent or to NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. Regulatory...
  • Page 69 The consumer/purchaser/supplier instructions accompanying this equipment and/or software features must contain the following notice:  The software contained in the UNIVERGE SV8100 to allow user access to the network must be upgraded to recognize newly established network area codes and exchange codes as they are placed into service.
  • Page 70 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Routed to a recorded announcement that can be administered by the Customer Premise  Equipment (CPE) user. Routed to a dial prompt.   This equipment returns answer supervision on all DID calls forwarded to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).
  • Page 71 Issue 2.0 HEARING AID COMPATIBILITY NEC Multiline Terminals and NEC Single Line Telephones that are provided for this system are hearing aid compatible. The manufacturer of other Single Line Telephones for use with the system must provide notice of hearing aid compatibility to comply with FCC rules that now prohibit the use of non-hearing aid compatible telephones.
  • Page 72 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 SAFETY INFORMATION This equipment has been certified by Canadian Standards Association and found to comply with all applicable requirements:  CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 0-M – General Requirements – Canadian Electrical Code, Part II  CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-03 – Safety of Information Technology Equipment – Part l: General Requirements ...
  • Page 73: Table R-1 Battery Types And Quantities For Chassis And Blades

    Industrie Canada. BATTERY DISPOSAL The UNIVERGE SV8100 system includes the batteries listed below. When disposing of these batteries, Chassis, and/or Blades, you must comply with applicable federal and state regulations regarding proper disposal procedures.
  • Page 74 For Ni-Cd batteries, you can also call 1-800-8-BATTERY when further information is required. The packaging for the UNIVERGE SV8100 system contains the following labels regarding proper disposal. Regulatory...
  • Page 75 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 PRODUCT PACKAGE LABELING CONTAINS NICKEL-CADMIUM BATTERY. BATTERY MUST BE RECYCLED OR DISPOSED OF PROPERLY. MUST NOT BE DISPOSED OF IN MUNICIPAL WASTE. Ni-Cd CONTAINS SEALED LEAD BATTERY. BATTERY MUST BE RECYCLED. MUST NOT BE DISPOSED OF IN MUNICIPAL WASTE.
  • Page 76 For an overview of the supported features, refer to the detailed documentation that comes with this system, contact your local NEC Unified Solutions representative or the support desk of NEC Unified Solutions.
  • Page 77 This product uses Lithium batteries. Do not use any other type. For an overview of the location of batteries used in these systems, the battery replacement or removal instructions, please refer to the UNIVERGE SV8100 System Hardware Manual. System Hardware Manual...
  • Page 78 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 - - NOTES - - R-12 Regulatory...
  • Page 79: General Information

    Introduction to SV8100 ENERAL NFORMATION ECTION The SV8100 is a full-featured IP based communications system providing a rich set of existing system features, with pure Voice over IP (VoIP) communications, across corporate Local and Wide Area Networks (LAN Chapter and WAN). The DT700 series telephones provide a converged infrastructure at the desktop, with a 10Base-T/100Base-TX connection to the LAN and built-in hub for a PC connection to the telephone itself.
  • Page 80: Figure 1-1 Simplified Sv8100 System (9.5" Gateway And Base) Connectivity

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Communications between legacy stations/trunks and DT700 series telephones/IP networks are made using a VoIP daughter board, which converts packet-based voice data to TDM-based voice data, and vice versa. Both peer-to-peer connections and TDM-based connections are controlled by the CPU blade. The CPU incorporates a built-in Device Registration Server (DRS) and a single interface point of IP connection to IP telephone, PCPro and OAI / ACD servers.
  • Page 81: Figure 1-2 Simplified Sv8100 System (9.5" Base And Expansion) Connectivity

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 1-2 Simplified SV8100 System (9.5” Base and Expansion) Connectivity Figure 1-3 Simplified SV8100 System (19”) Connectivity System Hardware Manual 1 - 3...
  • Page 82 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Highlights of the UNIVERGE SV8100 are as follows: Pure IP System Capable TDM Configuration  The SV8100 supports both pure IP switching (peer-to-peer connections) and Time Division Switching. The pure IP switching is provided for communications between DT700 series telephones and for CCIS/Remote Unit connections with other SV8100/SV8300/SV7000.
  • Page 83: Table 1-1 Chassis Equipment List

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 High Density Legacy Line/Trunk Blades  Major legacy line/trunk blades used in SV8100 are provided with blade + daughter board architecture. When the blade is mounted only in an initial supply, line/trunk interfaces can be easily expanded by adding the daughter board. The maximum number of ports for the line/trunk blades is 8/16 ports with daughter board, respectively.
  • Page 84: Table 1-2 Chassis Installation Equipment List

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 1-2 Chassis Installation Equipment List Stock Number Equipment Name Equipment Description 670019 CHS BASE UNIT Floor Mount Set for all chassis (CHS1U-US and CHS2U-US) 670500 CHS2U BLANK SLOT COVER KIT Blank Slot Cover Set 670501...
  • Page 85: Table 1-4 Blade Equipment List

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 1-4 Blade Equipment List Stock Number Equipment Name Abbreviations Equipment Description 670005 CD-CP00-US Main Processor Blade for KTS 670100 PZ-BS10 BUS0 Expansion Chassis Interface Unit, 3-jack 670101 PZ-BS11 BUS1 Expansion Chassis Interface Unit, 1-jack 670103...
  • Page 86: Table 1-5 Cable Equipment List

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 1-4 Blade Equipment List (Continued) Stock Number Equipment Name Abbreviations Equipment Description 670130 MGN-U10 ETU MGN-U10 ETU IPK/IPK II Migration 670131 CD-PVAA Packet Voice Application Table 1-5 Cable Equipment List Stock Number Equipment Name Equipment Description...
  • Page 87: Table 1-7 Ip Multiline Terminal (Dt700 Series) Equipment List

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 1-6 Digital Multiline Terminal (DT300 Series) Equipment List (Continued) Stock Number Equipment Name Equipment Description 680009 DTL-12PA-1 (BK) TEL Value Digital 12-button Telephone with Power Failure Adapter 680010 DTL-8LD-1 (BK) TEL Value Digital 8-button Telephone (DESI-less)
  • Page 88: Table 1-8 Dt300/Dt700 Series Optional Equipment List

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 1-8 DT300/DT700 Series Optional Equipment List Stock Number Equipment Name Equipment Description 680600 APR-L UNIT Analog Port Ringer (DT 300 only) 680601 ADA-L UNIT Ancillary Device Adapter 680602 BHA-L UNIT ® Bluetooth Hub Adapter 680603...
  • Page 89 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 1-8 DT300/DT700 Series Optional Equipment List (Continued) Stock Number Equipment Name Equipment Description 680704 Panel (Blue-VLCD)-L UNIT Color Side Panel for Value Telephone LCD (Blue) 680705 Panel (Blue-SLCD)-L UNIT Color Side Panel for Sophisticated Telephone...
  • Page 90 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 1-8 DT300/DT700 Series Optional Equipment List (Continued) Stock Number Equipment Name Equipment Description 680736 Cradle (STD)-L(BK) Cradle Cradle (STD)-L(WH) 680737 680738 VAL DIRECTORY CARD UNIT(L) Directory Card Holder for Value Telephone 680739 ECO DIRECTORY CARD UNIT(L)
  • Page 91 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 1-8 DT300/DT700 Series Optional Equipment List (Continued) Stock Number Equipment Name Equipment Description 680767 LKPANEL(24BTN)-L Color LK panel (24button) for Value (GUNMETA) UNIT (GunMetallic) 1 set consists 10 of panels 680768 LKPANEL(24BTN)-L Color LK panel (24button) for Value (Lime...
  • Page 92: Issue

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 1-8 DT300/DT700 Series Optional Equipment List (Continued) Stock Number Equipment Name Equipment Description 690608 BS (Retro)-L (BK) KIT Retrofit Support Keypad BS (Retro)-L (WH) KIT 690609 690610 BS (RetroCON)-L (BK) KIT Retrofit ICON Support Keypad...
  • Page 93: System Block Diagram

    SV8100 System Specifications ENERAL NFORMATION ECTION This chapter provides detailed specifications for the SV8100 system technician. The technician should review this information carefully before installing the system. Chapter YSTEM LOCK IAGRAM ECTION Figure 2-1 SV8100 System Block Diagram shows the Blades that can be installed in the chassis and the number of channels supported when the Blade is installed.
  • Page 94 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 2-1 List of Abbreviations (Continued) Abbreviation Description Conference Bridge Blade (PVA) Central Office Trunk (Loop and Ground Start Interface) COTDB Loop and Ground Start Interface Daughter Board on COT Central Processing Unit Direct Inward Dialing...
  • Page 95 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 2-1 List of Abbreviations (Continued) Abbreviation Description PB Receiver (on CPU) PBSND PB Sender (on CPU) PCPro PC Programming Power Failure Transfer Phase Locked Oscillator (on CPU) Property Management System Primary Rate Interface Primary Rate Interface Blade...
  • Page 96 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 2-1 SV8100 System Block Diagram 2 - 4 SV8100 System Specifications...
  • Page 97: Maximum System Capacities

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 AXIMUM YSTEM APACITIES ECTION Trunk/Port/Channel Capacities The CHS2U-US is a compact 19” chassis that has six universal slots, one expansion slot and one MPS7101 (power supply unit). When the CD-CP00-US is installed in the first CHS2U-US, it is called the Controlling Chassis. Additional chassis, called Expansion Chassis, can be installed to increase the capacity of the system to meet the customer’s business needs.
  • Page 98 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 2-2 SV8100 9.5” Gateway and 19” Maximum System Capacities – Trunks/Ports/Channels (Continued) 9.5” 19” Chassis Chassis System Number of: Maximum (CPU + 2 (6 Slots) (12 Slots) (18 Slots) (24 Slots) Slots) Analog Trunks (COT) Total 200 PRI (1.5M)
  • Page 99 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 19” - 6 Slots 9.5” - 3 Slots 19” x 3 - 18 Slots 19” x 4 - 24 Slots IP Connection Figure 2-2 19” Controlling and Expansion Chassis System Hardware Manual 2 - 7...
  • Page 100 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 There are two 9.5” chassis, the Base and Expansion. The base unit has three universal slots, one expansion slot and one MPS7101 (power supply unit). The expansion unit has three universal slots, no expansion slot, and no power supply unit.
  • Page 101: Table 2-3 Sv8100 9.5" (Base And Expansion) Maximum System Capacities - Trunks/Ports/Channels

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 The maximum slot and channel capacities are listed in Table 2-3 SV8100 9.5” (Base and Expansion) Maximum System Capacities – Trunks/Ports/Channels. Table 2-3 SV8100 9.5” (Base and Expansion) Maximum System Capacities – Trunks/Ports/Channels 9.5” 9.5” Base + Expansion...
  • Page 102: Chapter 2 Sv8100 System Specifications

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 The 9.5” chassis graphics shown in the horizontal position are for illustrative purposes only. Actual positioning/mounting must be vertical. 9.5” (Base) 9.5” (Base + 9.5” (Base + 9.5” (Base + IP Expansion Expansion) x 1 Expansion) x 2 Expansion) x 4 Figure 2-3 9.5”...
  • Page 103: System Chassis Capacities

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 System Chassis Capacities Table 2-4 9.5” Gateway and 19” Maximum System Capacities – Chassis shows the maximum number of chassis and related equipment that can be installed in a system. Table 2-4 9.5” Gateway and 19” Maximum System Capacities – Chassis 19”...
  • Page 104: Table 2-5 9.5" Base And Expansion Maximum System Capacities - Chassis

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 2-5 9.5” Base and Expansion Maximum System Capacities – Chassis shows the maximum number of chassis and related equipment that can be installed in a 9.5” Base and Expansion system. Table 2-5 9.5” Base and Expansion Maximum System Capacities – Chassis 9.5”...
  • Page 105: Blade Capacities

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Blade Capacities This is determined by the maximum blade configuration allowed. When installing single line sets, DISA, or tie lines, CPU circuits must be allocated for DTMF receivers. To install single line sets with CO/PBX line access, or when installing immediate-start tie lines, CPU circuits must be allocated for dial tone detection.
  • Page 106 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 2-6 SV8100 Maximum 9.5” Gateway and 19” System Capacities – Blades (Continued) 19” 19” 19” 9.5” Chassis Hardware Chassis Chassis Networked Chassis without with CPU Chassis Comments (NetLink) Number of Slot(s) for Interface 3 Slots...
  • Page 107: Table 2-7 Sv8100 Maximum 9.5" Base And Expansion System Capacities - Blades

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 2-6 SV8100 Maximum 9.5” Gateway and 19” System Capacities – Blades (Continued) 19” 19” 19” 9.5” Chassis Hardware Chassis Chassis Networked Chassis without with CPU Chassis Comments (NetLink) Number of Slot(s) for Interface 3 Slots...
  • Page 108: Chapter 2 Sv8100 System Specifications

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 2-7 SV8100 Maximum 9.5” Base and Expansion System Capacities – Blades (Continued) 9.5” Base 9.5” Base 9.5” Base 9.5” Hardware Expansion Expansion Base Expansion Networked without with CPU Chassis Comments with CPU (NetLink) Number of Slot(s) for...
  • Page 109 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 2-7 SV8100 Maximum 9.5” Base and Expansion System Capacities – Blades (Continued) 9.5” Base 9.5” Base 9.5” Base 9.5” Hardware Expansion Expansion Base Expansion Networked without with CPU Chassis Comments with CPU (NetLink) Number of Slot(s) for...
  • Page 110: Table 2-8 Daughter Board Combinations

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 2-7 SV8100 Maximum 9.5” Base and Expansion System Capacities – Blades (Continued) 9.5” Base 9.5” Base 9.5” Base 9.5” Hardware Expansion Expansion Base Expansion Networked without with CPU Chassis Comments with CPU (NetLink) Number of Slot(s) for...
  • Page 111: Licensing

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 2-8 Daughter Board Combinations (Continued) Daughter Board PZ-2BRIA PZ-4COTF PZ-4LCA PZ-8LCE PZ-8DLCB – – – – – CD-16DLCA (16 Digital Station Interface) CD-2BRIA – – – –  (2 Basic Rate Interface) – = Does not apply ...
  • Page 112 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 2-9 System Licenses (Continued) Reset License Code License Name Note Required 1001 – – 1002 InMail – – 1011 InMail Multi Lan – – 1013 Email Notify On/Off – 1014 InMail Email Clnt InMail Email Clients...
  • Page 113 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 2-9 System Licenses (Continued) Reset License Code License Name Note Required 3000 CA-Basic – On/Off – 3001 CA-256 Station – On/Off – 3002 CA-Up 20 to 256 – On/Off – 3003 CA-Network – – Client...
  • Page 114 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 2-9 System Licenses (Continued) Reset License Code License Name Note Required 5102 IP Terminal – Limited by IPL SoftPhone Channels 5111 IP Terminal – Limited by IPL Advan Channels 5301 SoftPhone – – 5303 SoftPhone –...
  • Page 115: Power-Based Calculator Chart

    OWER ASED ALCULATOR HART ECTION The Univerge SV8100 system uses two types of power factors. For a single chassis chart refer to Table 2-10 Board Power Factor. For the maximum number of specific blades per package, see Table 2-11 Maximum Number of Packages Installed.
  • Page 116: Figure 5-74 Dcl-60-1 Console

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 2-12 Terminal Power Factor Terminal Power Factor 19 inch Metal Chassis with Fan =<80 9.5 inch Plastic Chassis without Fan =<64 Item Power Factor DTL-24D-1 TEL DTL-8LD-1 TEL BHA-L UNIT ADA-L UNIT APR-L UNIT DT300 series : 2...
  • Page 117: Table 2-13 Ip Terminal Power Chart

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 2-13 IP Terminal Power Chart Label Indication IEEE802. Maximum Current Without Options (Maximum Current with All Options) Terminal Class 48VDC 24VDC 48VDC 24VDC ITL-320C-1 TEL Class 3 160mA 7.7W 290mA 7.0W 111mA 5.3W 192mA 4.6W...
  • Page 118: Cabling

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 YSTEM EQUIREMENTS AND PECIFICATIONS ECTION Cabling This section provides cabling requirements and specifications for various equipment used in the SV8100 system. Figure 2-4 Connecting the DLC Using Twisted 2-Pair Cable is a diagram of the chassis connected with each of the multiline terminals and single line telephones by a separate twisted 1-pair cable or 2-pair cable (only for multiline terminals).
  • Page 119 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 2-15 DT300 Series Loop Resistance and Cable Length (Continued) By Twisted 1-Pair Cable Terminal or Adapter (without AC Adapter) 24 AWG DTL-12D-1 (BK) TEL 1,969 ft (600m) DTL-12D-1 (WH) TEL DTL-24D-1(BK) TEL 1,969 ft (600m)
  • Page 120 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 term term Table 2-17 D Series i or D IP Terminal Loop Resistance and Cable Length Maximum Maximum By Twisted By Twisted By Twisted By Twisted Loop Loop 1-Pair Cable 2-Pair Cable 1-Pair Cable 2-Pair Cable...
  • Page 121: Power Requirements

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 2-19 Cabling Requirements Connected Equipment Cable Music on Hold and Background Music Sources Hi-Fi Shielded Audio Cable External Amplifier Hi-Fi Shielded Audio Cable ITL Cabling Cat 5 Straight Data Network Cable – 328.1 ft (100m)
  • Page 122: Power Supply Consumption

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 KWh @ AC Input I x 120V/1000: Base chassis = 0.263 KWh,  Expansion chassis = 0.263 KWh, total 1.052 KWh BTU (KWh) x 3413): Base Chassis = 898BTU,  Expansion Chassis= 898BTU, total 3592 BTU A dedicated outlet, separately fused and grounded for each chassis ...
  • Page 123: Outside Line Types

    Recommended Long Term Humidity: 10 ~ 95% RH  Outside Line Types The following outside lines can be used with the UNIVERGE SV8100 system.  2-wire, Loop Start or Ground Start Trunks 2-wire, 2-way DID Lines (Dial Pulse or DTMF) ...
  • Page 124: Transmission, Network, And Control Specifications

    Network Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) allows transmission of data and voice simultaneously over one communications medium. The specifications that the UNIVERGE SV8100 system uses for switching, clock, data bus, and timeframe are shown below. TDM Switching: PCM (µ Law) ...
  • Page 125: Electra Elite Ipk Terminals And Equipment

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 6.5.4 Electra Elite IPK Terminals and Equipment The voltage, current, and ring signal for the Electra Elite IPK multiline terminals, Single Line Telephone equipment, and AP(A)-R/AP(R)-R Units are listed below: Multiline Terminal  Voltage: -11 ~ -26 Vdc...
  • Page 126: Dialing Specifications

    Dual-Tone Multifrequency (DTMF) Address Signaling DTMF signaling includes push button or Touchtone dialing. When a key on a telephone is pushed, two tones (one high frequency and one low frequency) are provided. In the UNIVERGE SV8100 system, the following DTMF specifications are used. Frequencies ...
  • Page 127: External Equipment Connection

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Nominal High Group Frequencies (Hz) 1209 1336 1477 Nominal Low Group Frequencies (Hz) 6.6.3 External Equipment Connection Door Phone or TV Door Phone  External Speaker via amplifier  External music source for MOH and BGM ...
  • Page 128: External Tone Ringer/Night Chime Output

    Relay Contact All Relay Contact Ratings: 500 mA, 24Vdc  Battery Backup The UNIVERGE SV8100 system has battery backup functions for system backup and for memory backup. 6.7.1 System Backup (Optional) During a power failure, the CHS2U-US can be backed up using the...
  • Page 129: Weights And Dimensions

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Weights and Dimensions Table 2-21 SV8100 Weights and Dimensions on page 2-37 shows the shipping weight, height, width and depth of each SV8100 digital multiline term terminal, IP multiline terminal, D , Series i multiline terminal, chassis, assorted blades and adapters.
  • Page 130 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 2-21 SV8100 Weights and Dimensions (Continued) Shipping Unit Height Width Depth Weight PZ-VM21 1.76 oz 0.60” 2.09 in 3.35 in (0.05 kg) (15 mm) (53 mm) (85 mm) PZ-32IPLA 1.76 oz 0.60 in 3.15 in 6.3 in...
  • Page 131 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 2-21 SV8100 Weights and Dimensions (Continued) Shipping Unit Height Width Depth Weight CD-VM00 7.76 oz 0.98 in 9.45 in 7.68 in (0.22 kg) (25 mm) (240 mm) (195 mm) CD-PVAA 10.05 oz 0.98 in 5.71 in 7.68 in...
  • Page 132 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 2-21 SV8100 Weights and Dimensions (Continued) Shipping Unit Height Width Depth Weight DTL-12PA-1 (BK) TEL 45.6 oz 4.41 in 7.6 in 10.16 in (1.3 kg) (112 mm) (183 mm) (258 mm) DTL-12D-1 (BK) TEL 42.33 oz 4.39 in...
  • Page 133: Tone Patterns

    Tone Patterns Table 2-22 Tone Patterns lists the frequency and the pattern for the tones. Tones are used to inform UNIVERGE SV8100 station users of system functions such as dial tone, busy tone, or ringback tone. 6.8.2 Multiline Terminal LED Flash Patterns The UNIVERGE SV8100 system has several colored LEDs installed.
  • Page 134 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 2-22 Tone Patterns System Tone Frequency (Hz) Intermit Cycle (Fixed) (Fixed) (Default) 0.5 sec Busy Tone 480/620 60 IPM 0.5 sec 0.5 sec Call Waiting Tone 60 IPM 0.5 sec 0.25 sec Second Dial Tone...
  • Page 135: Table 2-23 Multiline Terminal Led Flash Pattern

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 2-23 Multiline Terminal LED Flash Pattern Condition Color Flash Patterns I-Use Green Busy Incoming Call I-Hold Green Line Key Call Hold Hold Recall Green Transfer Recall Green Live Monitoring Mode Green Message Waiting on Line Key...
  • Page 136: Traffic Capacity

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 RAFFIC APACITY ECTION Table 2-24 Traffic Capacity provides information about the traffic capacity for the basic system package and expanded system package. Table 2-24 Traffic Capacity Basic System Expanded System Traffic Capacity Package Package Traffic Capacity...
  • Page 137: Chapter 3 Installing The Sv8100 Chassis

    Installing the SV8100 Chassis ENERAL NFORMATION ECTION This chapter contains information to help the technician install the chassis for the SV8100 system. The technician should be familiar with this section before installing any equipment. Chapter MDF/IDF C REPARATION AND ONSTRUCTION ECTION Pre-installation planning is essential.
  • Page 138: Surveying The Customer Site

     or flooding. The chassis should not be located directly beneath pipes.  Leaks or condensation could damage the UNIVERGE SV8100 system equipment. The area where the chassis is located must be free of corrosive  and inflammable gases, excessive chemical or industrial dusts, and other materials that could cause a hazard to personnel or to the proper functioning of the equipment.
  • Page 139: Selecting A Permanent Mdf Location

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Connect the chassis to a dedicated AC receptacle that is not  being used for any other device. 2.3.2 Selecting a Permanent MDF Location When selecting a permanent site for the MDF, the technician may encounter some of the following conditions: Limited space is available but must be used.
  • Page 140: Power Failure Transfer

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 The CHS2U-US chassis can be mounted on the wall, the floor, a stand or in a rack. The CHS2U GW-US chassis can be mounted on the wall, a stand or in a rack. Plywood should first be installed on the wall where the chassis will be positioned, to allow for secure anchoring.
  • Page 141: Unpacking The Equipment

    Inspect the equipment for any physical damage. If you are not sure about the function of a component, review the associated information within this manual. Contact your authorized NEC Sales Representative if you have additional questions. Note that the chassis does not initially contain any blades.
  • Page 142: Before Installation

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Ensure that you have a building plan showing common equipment, extensions, the Telco demarcation and earth ground location before you start installation. Be sure to properly plan your installation site and that you are familiar with the installation safety precautions. If you have not done that, please do so now.
  • Page 143: Installing The 19" Controlling Chassis

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Universal Slot for Legacy Line/Trunk blades and Application blades (six slots). When used as controlling chassis, the CD-CP00-US is mounted in Slot 1 (shown). Slot for PZ-BS10/PZ-BS11 blade – Connection with CHS2U-US chassis Power Switch Figure 3-1 CHS2U-US Chassis (Front View)
  • Page 144: Figure 3-4 Installing The Cd-Cp00-Us Blade

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Align the CD-CP00-US blade with the Slot 1 guides of the Controlling Chassis. Figure 3-3 19” Controlling Chassis – Guides Slot 1 Slide the CD-CP00-US blade into the chassis until resistance (back plane) is felt. Figure 3-4 Installing the CD-CP00-US Blade Gently push until the blade seats.
  • Page 145: Installing Expansion Blades In The 19" Chassis (Optional)

    The Expansion cable connects the Controlling Chassis and its PZ-BS10 interface to the second, third, and fourth PZ-BS11 interface. Use only the CAT 5 cables provided by NEC to make the connections between the Controlling and Expansion Chassis. The PZ-BS10 provides: Communication Processor Interface for data handling through ...
  • Page 146: Connector Pin-Out On The Pz-Bs10/Pz-Bs11

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 3.3.2.1 Connector Pin-Out on the PZ-BS10/PZ-BS11 Table 3-3 PZ-BS10/PZ-BS11 Connector Pin-Out RJ-61 Cable Connector PZ-BS10 – CN2, CN3, CN 4 PZ-BS11 – CN3 Pin No. Connection HW_UP (+) HW_UP (-) HW_DWN (+) FS (+) FS (-)
  • Page 147: Figure 3-7 Open Base Chassis Cover

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 From the left side of the chassis, pull cover outward to expose the expansion bay. Figure 3-7 Open Base Chassis Cover Pull the cover toward you to remove.  Cover must be removed prior to installation of PZ-BS10 blade.
  • Page 148: Figure 3-9 Pz-Bs10 Components

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 3-9 PZ-BS10 Components Slide the PZ-BS10 blade into the chassis until resistance (back plane) is felt. Figure 3-10 Installing PZ-BS10 Blade in Expansion Bay Gently push until the blade seats and install the supplied retaining screw.
  • Page 149: Install The Pz-Bs11 Expansion Blade In The Chs2U-Us Expansion Chassis

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 3-11 PZ-BS10 Blade Installed Close the PZ-BS10 cover. Figure 3-12 PZ-BS10 Installed (Cover Closed) 3.3.2.3 Install the PZ-BS11 Expansion Blade in the CHS2U-US Expansion Chassis  For the Expansion Chassis to function, the PZ-BS10 blade must be installed in Controlling Chassis.
  • Page 150: Figure 3-13 Pz-Bs11 Expansion Bay In Expansion Chassis

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Locate the door positioned on the left end (expansion bay) of the Expansion Chassis. Expansion Bay Figure 3-13 PZ-BS11 Expansion Bay in Expansion Chassis From the left side of the chassis, pull cover outward to expose the expansion bay.
  • Page 151: Figure 3-15 Pz-Bs11 Blade Guides

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Pull the cover toward you to remove.  Cover must be removed to install PZ-BS11 blade. Align the PZ-BS11 blade with the guides located within the expansion bay. Figure 3-15 PZ-BS11 Blade Guides Slide the PZ-BS11 blade into the chassis until resistance (back plane) is felt.
  • Page 152: Figure 3-17 Pz-Bs11 Blade Installed

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Align the door tabs with hinges and reattach the cover. Figure 3-17 PZ-BS11 Blade Installed Close the PZ-BS11 blade cover. Figure 3-18 PZ-BS11 Installed (Cover Closed) 3 - 16 Installing the SV8100 Chassis...
  • Page 153: Connect The Controlling And Expansion Chassis

    PZ-BS10 Figure 3-19 19” Expansion Chassis Interface Units Ensure Controlling and Expansion chassis are powered down. Using the NEC provided CAT5 straight-through cable(s), attach one end to each Expansion Chassis CN2 connector on the PZ-BS11 blade (see Figure 3-20 System Expansion Cabling on page 3-18).
  • Page 154: Install Grounding On 19" Chassis

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Install in Expansion Chassis Install in Expansion Chassis Install in Expansion Chassis Install in Controlling Chassis Figure 3-20 System Expansion Cabling Repeat for additional Expansion Chassis. 3.3.3 Install Grounding on 19” Chassis From the factory, the SG, ETH and PBXG grounds are located inside the chassis and are connected to the FG ground (frame ground) on the back of the chassis.
  • Page 155: Install Grounding On Multiple 19" Chassis (Optional)

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Ground each chassis by connecting a 14 AWG wire from the FG lug on the back side of the chassis to an electrical service ground (such as a cold water pipe). CHS2U-US FG Lug Figure 3-21 Chassis Grounding Lug 3.3.4...
  • Page 156: Install Ac Power Cords On 19" Chassis

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 FG Lugs Electrical Service Ground Figure 3-22 19” Chassis Grounding Lug (Multiple-Chassis) 3.3.5 Install AC Power Cords on 19” Chassis Locate the supplied AC power cord and attach to the AC Inlet located on the back of the Controlling Chassis.
  • Page 157: Install Ac Power Cords On Multiple 19" Chassis (Optional)

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 3.3.6 Install AC Power Cords on Multiple 19” Chassis (Optional) Locate the supplied AC power cords and attach to the AC Inlets located on the back of the Controlling and Expansion Chassis. AC Power Cords to AC Inlets Figure 3-24 Install 19”...
  • Page 158: Installing The 9.5" Gateway (Chs2U Gw-Us) And Base (Chs2U B-Us) Chassis

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Installing the 9.5” Gateway (CHS2U GW-US) and Base (CHS2U B-US) Chassis The CHS2U GW-US and the CHS2U B-US chassis have three universal blade slots for station, trunk and optional blades. Before proceeding with installation of chassis, ensure site preparation is completed.
  • Page 159: Install Grounding On 9.5" Gateway Or Base Chassis

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 3-26 9.5” Chassis (Rear View) 3.4.1 Install Grounding on 9.5” Gateway or Base Chassis Ensure the 9.5” chassis (CHS2U GW-US or CHS2U B-US) is powered off and the AC power cord is unplugged. Ground the chassis by connecting a 14 AWG wire from the FG lug on the back side of the chassis to an electrical service ground (such as a cold water pipe).
  • Page 160: Installing The 9.5" Base (Chs2U B-Us) And Expansion

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Installing the 9.5” Base (CHS2U B-US) and Expansion (CHS2U E) Chassis The CHS2U B-US and CHS2U E chassis combined have six universal blade slots for legacy line/trunk blade (Single Line Telephone Interface, Digital multiline terminal Interface, Central Office Trunk, ISDN PRI Interface, etc.), In-skin Application Blades (In-skin UMS, In-Skin Router, etc.).
  • Page 161: Connecting The 9.5" Base And Expansion Chassis

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 The 9.5" Base chassis provides up to 16 trunk ports or 32 extension ports. An Expansion Chassis can be installed to the right of the Controlling or Base Chassis providing an additional 48 ports (40 trunk/ 80 stations maximum) and can include any combination of stations and trunks below this number.
  • Page 162: Figure 3-29 Installing The Expansion Bracket

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Base Chassis Bracket for Connection Figure 3-29 Installing the Expansion Bracket Loosen and remove two screws from the top cover of the Expansion chassis. Slide cover toward rear of chassis to remove (refer to Figure 3-30 Remove Expansion Chassis Cover).
  • Page 163: Figure 3-31 Connecting The Base And Expansion Chassis

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Align the Backboard connector on the Expansion chassis with the receptor on the Base chassis and push the two chassis together. Make sure the two screws on the bracket are positioned high enough to allow the chassis enough space to connect.
  • Page 164: Figure 3-32 Securing The Expansion Chassis To The Expansion Bracket

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Screws Figure 3-32 Securing the Expansion Chassis to the Expansion Bracket Slide the Expansion cover into place (from rear to front) and secure using two screws. Screws Figure 3-33 Remove Expansion Chassis Cover 3 - 28...
  • Page 165: Installing Expansion Blades In The 9.5" Base And

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Using two screws, secure the Base and Expansion chassis together with the metal reinforcement bracket provided. Metal Bracket Screws Figure 3-34 Installing Reinforcement Bracket 3.5.2 Installing Expansion Blades in the 9.5” Base and Expansion Chassis (Optional)
  • Page 166: Table 3-4 Pz-Bs10/Pz-Bs11 Connector Pin-Out

    The Expansion cable connects the Controlling Chassis and its PZ-BS10 interface to the second, third, and fourth PZ-BS11 interface. Use only the CAT 5 cables provided by NEC to make the connections between the Controlling and Expansion Chassis. The PZ-BS10 provides: Communication Processor Interface for data handling through ...
  • Page 167: Figure 3-35 Pz-Bs10 Expansion Bay In Controlling Chassis

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Locate the door positioned on the left end (expansion bay) of the Controlling Chassis. Door Clip Expansion Bay Figure 3-35 PZ-BS10 Expansion Bay in Controlling Chassis From the right side of the door, pinch the door clip and pull the cover outward to expose the expansion bay.
  • Page 168: Figure 3-37 Pz-Bs10 Blade Guides

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Align the PZ-BS10 blade with the guides located in the expansion bay. Guides Figure 3-37 PZ-BS10 Blade Guides Figure 3-38 PZ-BS10 Components Slide the PZ-BS10 blade into the chassis until resistance (back plane) is felt (refer to...
  • Page 169: Install The Pz-Bs11 Expansion Blade In The Chs2U B-Us Expansion Chassis

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Retaining Screw Figure 3-39 Installing the PZ-BS10 Blade Install the supplied retaining screw (refer to Figure 3-39 Installing the PZ-BS10 Blade). Remove knockout in center of cover. Align the door tabs with hinges and close the cover.
  • Page 170: Figure 3-41 Pz-Bs11 Expansion Bay In Expansion Chassis

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Ensure the chassis is powered down. Locate the door positioned on the left end (expansion bay) of the Expansion Chassis. Expansion Bay Door Clip Figure 3-41 PZ-BS11 Expansion Bay in Expansion Chassis From the right side of the door, pinch the door clip and pull the cover outward to expose the expansion bay.
  • Page 171: Figure 3-43 Pz-Bs11 Blade Guides

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Align the PZ-BS11 blade with the guides located within the expansion bay. Guides Figure 3-43 PZ-BS11 Blade Guides Slide the PZ-BS11 blade into the chassis until resistance (back plane) is felt. Retaining Screw Figure 3-44 Installing PZ-BS11 Blade in...
  • Page 172: Connect The Controlling And Expansion Chassis

    (CAT 5) expansion cabling. Ensure Controlling and Expansion chassis are powered down. Using the NEC provided CAT5 straight-through cable(s), attach one end to each Expansion Chassis CN2 connector on the PZ-BS11 blade (see Figure 3-46 System Expansion Cabling on page 3-37).
  • Page 173: Figure 3-46 System Expansion Cabling

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Install in Expansion Chassis Install in Expansion Chassis Install in Expansion Chassis Install in Controlling Chassis Figure 3-46 System Expansion Cabling EXAMPLE: 0 CHS2U-US (19” Chassis) & 4 CHS2U B-US/CHS2U E (9.5” Base Chassis/9.5” Expansion Chassis) 1 CHS2U-US (19”...
  • Page 174: Installing Grounding On 9.5" Base And Expansion Chassis

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Repeat for additional Expansion Chassis. 3.5.3 Installing Grounding on 9.5” Base and Expansion Chassis Ensure the 9.5” chassis is powered off and the AC power cord is unplugged. Ground the chassis [refer to Figure 3-47 9.5” Base Chassis...
  • Page 175: Install Ac Power Cord On 9.5" Base And Expansion Chassis

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Ground each chassis [refer to Figure 3-47 9.5” Base Chassis (Rear View) on page 3-38] by connecting a 14 AWG wire from the FG lug on the back side of the chassis to an electrical service ground (such as a cold water pipe).
  • Page 176: Figure 3-48 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (19" Chassis)

    This allows secure anchoring of the screws which support the weight of the chassis. Due to chassis weight, NEC recommends  only a single CHS2U-US chassis per wall mount. Figure 3-48 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (19” Chassis)
  • Page 177: Figure 3-49 Install Wall Mount Brackets With Screws

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Mark and drill the six holes required for a wall installation. Align screw holes in wall mount brackets with drilled holes. Using six screws, secure the two wall mount brackets to the wall. Figure 3-49 Install Wall Mount Brackets with Screws...
  • Page 178: Figure 3-50 Securing Metal Fittings To Chassis With Screws

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Using four screws, secure the metal fittings on the Left and Right sides of the 19” chassis. Figure 3-50 Securing Metal Fittings to Chassis with Screws 3 - 42 Installing the SV8100 Chassis...
  • Page 179: Figure 3-51 Secure Metal Fitting To Upper Wall Mount Bracket With A Screw

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Align the metal fitting with the upper wall mount bracket. The lower metal fitting rests against the lower wall mount bracket. Secure the metal fitting and upper wall mount bracket with a single screw. Figure 3-51...
  • Page 180: Figure 3-52 Secure Metal Fitting To Lower Wall Mount Bracket With Screws

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 3-52 Secure Metal Fitting to Lower Wall Mount Bracket with Screws Attach the supplied cable support bracket to either end of the lower wall mount bracket with a single screw (refer to Figure 3-53 Attach Cable Support Bracket to Lower Wall Mount Bracket on page 3-45).
  • Page 181: Figure 3-53 Attach Cable Support Bracket To Lower Wall Mount Bracket

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 3-53 Attach Cable Support Bracket to Lower Wall Mount Bracket The cable support bracket can be installed any of the four corners of the 19” chassis (refer to Figure 3-54 Attachment Locations of Cable Support Bracket on page 3-46).
  • Page 182: Figure 3-54 Attachment Locations Of Cable Support Bracket

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 3-54 Attachment Locations of Cable Support Bracket Connect the ground wire to all chassis. Refer to 3.3.3 Install Grounding on 19” Chassis on page 3-18 for complete details on grounding the system. Refer to 3.3.5 Install AC Power Cords on 19” Chassis on page...
  • Page 183: Figure 3-55 Optional Wall Mounting Brackets For 9.5" Chassis

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Wall Mounting the 9.5” Gateway (CHS2U GW-US) and Base (CHS2U B-US) Chassis When wall mounting the chassis, ensure the wall can support the weight of the chassis and (25 lbs per system chassis ---- including blades, cords, power supply, etc.).
  • Page 184: Option 1 – Wall Mount Bracket (Standard) To Wall

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 3-56 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (9.5” Chassis) 4.2.1 Option 1 – Wall Mount Bracket (Standard) to Wall Use the template shown in Figure 3-56 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (9.5” Chassis) for required spacing before drilling.
  • Page 185: Figure 3-57 9.5" Mounting Brackets And Metal Expansion Fitting

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 3-57 9.5” Mounting Brackets and Metal Expansion Fitting System Hardware Manual 3 - 49...
  • Page 186: Figure 3-58 Brackets Secured In Mounting Position With Screws

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Secure the bracket halves to the expansion fitting using the four supplied screws (refer to Figure 3-57 9.5” Mounting Brackets and Metal Expansion Fitting on page 3-49). Turn bracket assembly over and remove the screws holding two brackets in the shipped position.
  • Page 187: Figure 3-59 Remove End Brackets

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 3-59 Remove End Brackets Using four screws, secure bracket assembly to the four pre-drilled holes in the wall. Fit the precut holes on the 9.5” chassis over the metal tabs (refer to Figure 3-60 Attach 9.5” Chassis to Wall Mounting Bracket on page 3-52).
  • Page 188: Figure 3-60 Attach 9.5" Chassis To Wall Mounting Bracket

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 3-60 Attach 9.5” Chassis to Wall Mounting Bracket Using the screws removed earlier, install the end brackets to secure the 9.5” chassis to the mounted bracket assembly. Figure 3-61 Install End Brackets Connect grounding wire to chassis. Refer to Chapter 4 paragraph 3.4 Installing the 9.5”...
  • Page 189: Option 2 – Wall Mount Bracket (Keyhole) To Chassis

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Refer to 3.4.2 Install AC Power Cord 9.5” Gateway or Base Chassis on page 3-23 to continue installation of the chassis or, Chapter 6 paragraph 2.1 Installation and Safety Precautions on page 4-4 for installation of blades.
  • Page 190: Figure 3-62 Install Screws (Option 2)

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 3-62 Install Screws (Option 2) 3 - 54 Installing the SV8100 Chassis...
  • Page 191: Figure 3-63 9.5" Mounting Brackets And Metal Expansion Fitting

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Align the bracket halves with the precut holes in the metal expansion fitting provided. Figure 3-63 9.5” Mounting Brackets and Metal Expansion Fitting System Hardware Manual 3 - 55...
  • Page 192: Figure 3-64 Brackets Secured In Mounting Position With Screws

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Secure the bracket halves to the expansion fitting using the four supplied screws (refer to Figure 3-63 9.5” Mounting Brackets and Metal Expansion Fitting on page 3-55). Turn bracket assembly over and remove the screws holding two brackets in the shipped position.
  • Page 193: Figure 3-65 Remove End Brackets

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 3-65 Remove End Brackets Fit the precut holes on the 9.5” chassis over the metal tabs (refer to Figure 3-66 Attach 9.5” Chassis to Wall Mounting Bracket on page 3-58). System Hardware Manual 3 - 57...
  • Page 194: Figure 3-66 Attach 9.5" Chassis To Wall Mounting Bracket

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 3-66 Attach 9.5” Chassis to Wall Mounting Bracket Using the screws removed earlier, install the end brackets to secure the 9.5” chassis to the mounted bracket assembly. Figure 3-67 Install End Brackets 3 - 58...
  • Page 195: Figure 3-68 Wall Mount Positioning For 9.5" Base/Expansion Chassis

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Using the key-holes as a guide, slide the assembled unit over the screws previously installed in the wall (refer to Figure 3-62 Install Screws (Option 2) on page 3-54). Connect grounding wire to chassis. Refer to Chapter 4 paragraph 3.4 Installing the 9.5”...
  • Page 196: Figure 3-69 Wall Mounting The 9.5" Base/Expansion Chassis

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 3-69 Wall Mounting the 9.5” Base/Expansion Chassis 3 - 60 Installing the SV8100 Chassis...
  • Page 197: Figure 3-70 Optional Wall Mounting Brackets For 9.5" Chassis

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 4.3.1 9.5” Base and Expansion Chassis Wall Mount Installation Optional wall mounting brackets exist for the 9.5” chassis (refer to Figure 3-70 Optional Wall Mounting Brackets for 9.5” Chassis). Option 1 secures the mounting bracket to the wall and the chassis is attached to the bracket.
  • Page 198: Figure 3-71 Wall Mount Spacing Guide - 9.5" Base And Expansion Chassis

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 3-71 Wall Mount Spacing Guide – 9.5” Base and Expansion Chassis Mark and drill four holes. Align the bracket halves with the precut holes in the metal expansion fitting provided (refer to Figure 3-72 9.5” Mounting Brackets and Metal Expansion Fitting on page 3-63).
  • Page 199: Figure 3-72 9.5" Mounting Brackets And Metal Expansion Fitting

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 3-72 9.5” Mounting Brackets and Metal Expansion Fitting Secure the bracket halves to the expansion fitting using the four supplied screws (refer to Figure 3-72 9.5” Mounting Brackets and Metal Expansion Fitting). Turn bracket assembly over and remove the screws holding...
  • Page 200: Figure 3-73 Brackets Secured In Mounting Position With Screws

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 3-73 Brackets Secured in Mounting Position with Screws Rotate the brackets into the mounting position. Using the same screws, secure the metal brackets to the bracket assembly (refer to Figure 3-73 Brackets Secured in Mounting Position with Screws).
  • Page 201: Figure 3-74 Remove End Brackets

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 3-74 Remove End Brackets Using four screws, secure bracket assembly to the four pre-drilled holes in the wall. Fit the precut holes on the 9.5” chassis over the metal tabs (refer to Figure 3-75 Attach 9.5” Chassis to Wall Mounting Bracket on page 3-66).
  • Page 202: Figure 3-75 Attach 9.5" Chassis To Wall Mounting Bracket

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 3-75 Attach 9.5” Chassis to Wall Mounting Bracket Using the screws removed earlier, install the end brackets to secure the 9.5” chassis to the mounted bracket assembly. Figure 3-76 Install End Brackets Install the backboard connector to prevent dust/foreign objects...
  • Page 203: Figure 3-77 Floor Mount Spacing Guide

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Connect grounding wire to chassis. Refer to Chapter 4 paragraph 3.5 Installing the 9.5” Base (CHS2U B-US) and Expansion (CHS2U E) Chassis on page 3-24 for complete details on grounding the system. Refer to 3.5.5 Install AC Power Cord on 9.5” Base and...
  • Page 204: Figure 3-78 Secure Chs Base Unit With Anchor Bolts

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Mark and drill the four holes required to install the CHS BASE UNIT. Using anchor bolts, secure the CHS BASE UNIT to the floor. Refer to Figure 3-78 Secure CHS BASE UNIT with Anchor Bolts for screw location.
  • Page 205: Figure 3-80 Install Chs2U Joint Bracket Kit

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Secure the chassis to the CHS BASE UNIT using eight screws supplied with the CHS2U JOINT BRACKET KIT. Figure 3-80 Install CHS2U JOINT BRACKET KIT Connect the ground wire to all chassis. Refer to 3.3.3 Install Grounding on 19”...
  • Page 206: Figure 3-81 Install Rubber Feet For Multiple Chassis

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 5.1.2 Multiple CHS2U-US Chassis Installation Expansion chassis can be secured to the CHS BASE UNIT and require an additional CHS2U JOINT BRACKET KIT per chassis. Install the five rubber feet to the bottom of each chassis.
  • Page 207: Figure 3-83 Assemble Stand Mount With Screws

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Connect the ground wire to all chassis. Refer to 3.3.3 Install Grounding on 19” Chassis on page 3-18 for complete details on grounding the system. Refer to 3.3.5 Install AC Power Cords on 19” Chassis on page...
  • Page 208: Figure 3-84 Secure Chs2U-Us Chassis To Chs2U Stand Kit With Screws

    Figure 3-85 Secure Stand Mount to Floor with Screws on page 3-73). To prevent possible damage to the 19” chassis due to falling, NEC recommends screws be installed in the stand mount brackets as soon as possible. 3 - 72...
  • Page 209: Figure 3-85 Secure Stand Mount To Floor With Screws

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 3-85 Secure Stand Mount to Floor with Screws Connect the ground wire to all chassis. Refer to 3.3.3 Install Grounding on 19” Chassis on page 3-18 for complete details on grounding the system. Refer to 3.3.5 Install AC Power Cords on 19”...
  • Page 210: Figure 3-86 Attach Rubber Feet To Chs2U-Us Chassis

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 6.1.2 Multiple CHS2U-US Chassis Installation Expansion chassis (maximum of three) can be added to the CHS2U STAND KIT and require an additional CHS2U STAND KIT (EXT) per chassis. Install the five rubber feet to the bottom of each chassis.
  • Page 211: Figure 3-87 Install Additional Chs2U Stand Kit (Ext)

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Expansion Plates Figure 3-87 Install Additional CHS2U STAND KIT (EXT) Metal brackets from the CHS2U JOINT BRACKET KITs are required to secure the top end of the chassis with screws. See Figure 3-88 Install Additional Brackets from CHS2U JOINT BRACKET KIT on page 3-76.
  • Page 212 CHS2U JOINT BRACKET KIT). To prevent possible damage to the 19” chassis due to falling, NEC recommends screws be installed in the stand mount brackets as soon as possible. Connect the ground wire to all chassis. Refer to 3.3.3 Install Grounding on 19”...
  • Page 213: Figure 3-89 Position The 9.5" Stand Mount Brackets

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Stand Mounting the 9.5” Gateway (CHS2U GW-US) and Base (CHS2U B-US) Chassis The 9.5” chassis can be stand mounted using the brackets supplied. The following section describes this procedure. This bracket is not for use with a combined Base (CHS2U B-US) and Expansion (CHS2U E) chassis.
  • Page 214: Figure 3-90 Attach 9.5" Stand Mount Bracket

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 3-90 Attach 9.5” Stand Mount Bracket Figure 3-91 Attach Remaining 9.5” Stand Mount Bracket 3 - 78 Installing the SV8100 Chassis...
  • Page 215: Figure 3-92 Stand Mount Brackets Installed

    Figure 3-93 Secure the 9.5” Stand Mounting with Screws on page 3-80). To prevent possible damage to the 9.5” chassis due to falling, NEC recommends the screws be installed in the stand mount brackets as soon as possible. System Hardware Manual 3 - 79...
  • Page 216: Figure 3-93 Secure The 9.5" Stand Mounting With Screws

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 3-93 Secure the 9.5” Stand Mounting with Screws Connect grounding wire to chassis. Refer to Chapter 4 paragraph Installing the 9.5” Gateway (CHS2U GW-US) and Base (CHS2U B-US) Chassis on page 3-22 for complete details on grounding the system.
  • Page 217: Figure 3-94 Chs2U-Us Rack Mount Brackets

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 OUNTING THE HASSIS ECTION Rack Mounting the 19” (CHS2U-US) Chassis A single or multiple chassis can be rack mounted. Controlling and Expansion chassis can be racked mounted by stacking them horizontally. The 19” chassis requires two rack mount brackets per chassis for mounting.
  • Page 218: Figure 3-96 Rack Mount 19" Chs2U-Us

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Repeat for additional chassis mounting. Figure 3-95 Rack Mount Bracket Installed 19” CHS2U-US Carefully slide the chassis into desired location in the rack. Make sure the hooks on the mounting bracket are inserted into the back of the chassis, securing it in place.
  • Page 219: Expansion (Chs2U E) Chassis

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Connect the ground wire to all chassis. Refer to 3.3.3 Install Grounding on 19” Chassis on page 3-18 for complete details on grounding the system. Refer to 3.3.5 Install AC Power Cords on 19” Chassis on page 3-20...
  • Page 220: Figure 3-97 Attach Rack Mount Brackets To 9.5" Chassis

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 3-97 Attach Rack Mount Brackets to 9.5” Chassis 3 - 84 Installing the SV8100 Chassis...
  • Page 221: Figure 3-98 Attach Horizontal Brackets To Rack

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Attach the two horizontal rack bars at the correct positions on the rack with the screws provided. The bars are used to secure the chassis vertically in the rack. Figure 3-98 Attach Horizontal Brackets to Rack...
  • Page 222: Figure 3-99 Attach (Chs2U B-Us) And (Chs2U E) Chassis To Rack

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 3-99 Attach (CHS2U B-US) and (CHS2U E) Chassis to Rack Connect grounding wire to chassis. Refer to Chapter 4 paragraph 3.5 Installing the 9.5” Base (CHS2U B-US) and Expansion (CHS2U E) Chassis on page 3-24 for complete details on grounding the system.
  • Page 223: Figure 3-100 Removing Battery Access Panel

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ATTERY ONNECTION ECTION Two types of battery connection provide battery life during a power failure, the internal battery and an external battery with CHS LARGE BATT BOX. Installing the Internal Batteries 19” (CHS2U-US) Chassis An internal battery source using two batteries can be installed using the CHS2U BATT MTG KIT (mounting kit) and CHS2U BATT CABLE INT (internal cabling).
  • Page 224: Figure 3-101 Removing Access Panel

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Remove access panel containing the fan. Refer to Figure 3-101 Removing Access Panel Figure 3-102 Access Panel Removed. Figure 3-101 Removing Access Panel Figure 3-102 Access Panel Removed 3 - 88 Installing the SV8100 Chassis...
  • Page 225: Figure 3-103 Secure Cable In Support Bracket

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Using tie wraps, secure CHS2U BATT CABLE INT in cable guide bracket. Figure 3-103 Secure Cable in Support Bracket With supplied screw, install cable guide in chassis. Figure 3-104 Installing Cable Support Guide Install two 2.3 AH-12V batteries (locally procured) into the CHS2U BATT...
  • Page 226: Figure 3-105 Installing Two Batteries

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 3-105 Installing Two Batteries Using the supplied screws, secure the brackets to the CHS2U BATT MTG KIT (refer to Figure 3-105 Installing Two Batteries). Connect the provided battery cables to the batteries. Figure 3-106 Installing Battery Cable...
  • Page 227: Figure 3-107 Connecting Chs2U Batt Cable Int

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Connect CHS2U BATT CABLE INT to battery connector. Figure 3-107 Connecting CHS2U BATT CABLE INT Install CHS2U BATT MTG KIT into CHS2U-US chassis and tighten the retaining screws. Figure 3-108 Installing Battery Tray into CHS2U-US Chassis...
  • Page 228: Figure 3-109 Installing The Access Panel

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Reinstall access panel containing the fan and secure with supplied screw. Figure 3-109 Installing the Access Panel Connect grounding and AC power cable. Installing the External Batteries 19” (CHS2U-US) Chassis An optional (locally procured), external battery source can be used to provide power during a power failure.
  • Page 229: Figure 3-110 Floor Mount Spacing Guide

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 8.2.1 Floor Mounting the CHS LARGE BATT BOX Because of injury from falling equipment, wall  mounting the CHS LARGE BATT BOX is not recommended. Mounting the CHS LARGE BATT BOX directly  on the floor is not recommended.
  • Page 230: Figure 3-111 Installing The Chs Large Batt Box Using The Chs2U

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Mark and drill the four holes required to install the CHS BASE UNIT. Align bolt holes in CHS BASE UNIT (see Figure 3-110 Floor Mount Spacing Guide on page 3-93) with holes drilled in floor and secure using four anchor bolts.
  • Page 231: Figure 3-113 Removing Battery Tray Suppressor

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Swing cover outward and detach from CHS LARGE BATT BOX. Remove two screws from front of Battery Tray Suppressor. Figure 3-113 Removing Battery Tray Suppressor Slide Battery Tray Suppressor outward to remove. Slide Battery Tray(s) out of CHS LARGE BATT BOX.
  • Page 232: Figure 3-115 Removing Battery Tray Bracket

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Remove two screws and remove the Battery Tray Bracket. Figure 3-115 Removing Battery Tray Bracket Refer to Figure 3-116 Battery Cable Connection Guide connection of battery cable to battery terminals. Repeat for additional battery connection. Incorrect installation of batteries may damage the Fuse Unit or cause possible fire.
  • Page 233: Figure 3-117 Installing Battery Connection Cable

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Install batteries into Battery Tray. Refer to Figure 3-117 Installing Battery Connection Cable. Using two screws, install the Battery Tray Bracket. Refer to Figure 3-115 Removing Battery Tray Bracket on page 3-96. Figure 3-117 Installing Battery Connection Cable Insert Battery Connection Cable into cable guides.
  • Page 234: Figure 3-119 Installing Cover Battery

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 3-118 Connecting Battery Cables Insert tabs on cover into holes on CHS LARGE BATT BOX. Slide the cover left until seated and tighten the screw. Figure 3-119 Installing Cover Battery 8.2.3 CHS LARGE BATT BOX to CHS2U-US Connection Power down the CHS2U-US chassis.
  • Page 235: Figure 3-120 Removing Fan Access Panel

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Remove fan access panel from rear of CHS2U-US chassis. Figure 3-120 Removing Fan Access Panel Connect one end of Battery Connection Cable to Battery Connector on rear of Basic and Expansion chassis. Figure 3-121 Connecting External Battery to CHS2U-US Connect other end of cable to Battery Connector on rear of CHS LARGE BATT BOX chassis.
  • Page 236: Figure 3-122 Single Chs Large Batt Box Connection

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Basic Expansion Figure 3-122 Single CHS LARGE BATT BOX Connection Basic Expansion Figure 3-123 Dual CHS LARGE BATT BOX Connection 3 - 100 Installing the SV8100 Chassis...
  • Page 237: Figure 3-124 Install The Fan Access Panel

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Insert the access panel tab into the rear of the CHS1U-US chassis running the Battery Connection Cable through the cutout. Secure panel with the retaining screw. Figure 3-124 Install the Fan Access Panel Connect grounding and AC power cables.
  • Page 238: Figure 3-126 Removing Battery Tray Suppressor

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 3-126 Removing Battery Tray Suppressor Slide Battery Tray Suppressor outward to remove. Disconnect the Battery Connection Cables from the Fuse Unit. Figure 3-127 Disconnecting Battery Cables Loosen two screws and pull Fuse Unit out of the CHS LARGE BATT BOX.
  • Page 239: Figure 3-127 Disconnecting Battery Cables

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 3-128 CHS LARGE BATT BOX Fuse Unit Slide the Fuse Unit into the and tighten the two screws (refer to Figure 3-127 Disconnecting Battery Cables on page 3-102). Plug the Battery Connection Cables into the Fuse Unit.
  • Page 240: Figure 3-130 Installing Cover Battery

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Insert tabs on cover into holes on CHS LARGE BATT BOX. Slide the cover left until seated and tighten the screw. Figure 3-130 Installing Cover Battery Installing the External Batteries (CHSGW SMALL BATT BOX) on 9.5” Gateway (CHS2U GW-US) and Base (CHS2U B-US) Chassis...
  • Page 241: Figure 3-132 Installing The Batteries

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Remove the metal support bracket. Insert the two short-term batteries. Figure 3-132 Installing the Batteries Place the battery cable on top of the batteries and adjust to take up the extra length. Allow enough length for the connections to be made to the equipment.
  • Page 242: Figure 3-134 Installing The Battery Connection Cables

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Insert the battery cable through the slot on the battery compartment and connect the battery cable to the connection points on the battery compartment. Figure 3-134 Installing the Battery Connection Cables Reattach the cover with the two screws previously removed.
  • Page 243: Figure 3-136 9.5" Battery Terminal Cover

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Disconnect AC power cable from rear of chassis. From the back of the 9.5” chassis, remove the black plastic square covering the two-prong battery terminal leads. Figure 3-136 9.5” Battery Terminal Cover Secure the battery compartment to the chassis using the two screws provided and attach the battery cable to the 9.5”...
  • Page 244: Figure 3-138 Removing The Chsgw Small Batt Box

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 To power on the 9.5” chassis, refer to Chapter 2.6 Powering Up the SV8100 System on page 4-9. 8.3.3 CHSGW SMALL BATT BOX Fuse Replacement Only replace fuses of the same rating.  Fuses may be hot, use caution when replacing ...
  • Page 245: Figure 3-139 Replacing The Chsgw Small Batt Box Fuse

    Mounting the CHS LARGE BATT BOX directly on the  floor is not recommended. Due to possible water damage, floor mounting the 9.5”  chassis is not recommended by NEC. The CHS BASE UNIT raises the height of the CHS  LARGE BATT BOX 120mm (4.72”). 8.4.1...
  • Page 246: Figure 3-140 9.5" Battery Terminal Cover

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 8.4.2 CHS LARGE BATT BOX to 9.5” Gateway (CHS2U GW-US) or Base (CHS2U B-US) Chassis Connection Power down the CHS2U GW-US or CHS2U B-US chassis. Ensure the CHS2U GW-US or CHS2U B-US chassis is powered OFF.
  • Page 247: Figure 3-141 Chs Large Batt Box To Chs2U Gw-Us Or Chs2U B-Us Connection

    3-101. OWER UPPLY ECTION Do not attempt to replace the power supply on the CHS2U-US or CHS2U GW-US chassis. The MPS7101 is not a field replaceable part. If the power supply fails, contact NEC. System Hardware Manual 3 - 111...
  • Page 248: Chs2U-Us Chassis

    CHS2U-US Chassis 10.1.1 Remove Cooling Fan To reduce the possibility of electrical shock or damage to equipment, NEC recommends powering off the chassis and disconnecting the AC cable from the power source before removing the chassis cover. Ensure the chassis is powered down.
  • Page 249: Figure 3-144 Chassis Access Panel Removed (19" Chassis)

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Swing access panel outward and unplug fan power cable. Fan Power Cable Plug Figure 3-143 Opening Chassis Access Panel (19” Chassis) Remove chassis access panel from rear of chassis. Remove cabling from retention clips. Figure 3-144 Chassis Access Panel Removed (19” Chassis) Remove two screws securing fan to access cover.
  • Page 250: Figure 3-142 19" Chassis Access Panel

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Install cabling into retention clips [refer to Figure 3-144 Chassis Access Panel Removed (19” Chassis) on page 3-113]. Insert access panel hinges into slots on rear of chassis. Plug fan power cable into three prong plug [refer to Figure 3-143 Opening Chassis Access Panel (19”...
  • Page 251: Slot Locations

    ENERAL NFORMATION ECTION This chapter contains information to help the technician install the blades for the UNIVERGE SV8100 system. The technician should be familiar with this section before installing any equipment. Chapter Slot Locations Each CHS2U-US has six slots. In the Controlling Chassis, the CD-CP00-US (for Key Systems) must be installed in the first slot (slot 1).
  • Page 252: Figure 4-1 19" Chassis Cpu And Expansion Slot Locations

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Controlling Chassis CPU Slot Expansion Chassis PZ-BS11 Slot Figure 4-1 19” Chassis CPU and Expansion Slot Locations Figure 4-2 9.5” Gateway Chassis CPU Location 4 - 2 Installing the SV8100 Blades...
  • Page 253: Figure 4-3 9.5" Base And Expansion Chassis Cpu Location

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Base Chassis CHS2U B-US Base Chassis CHS2U B-US PZ-BS10 or Expansion Chassis PZ-BS11 Slot CHS2U E Figure 4-3 9.5” Base and Expansion Chassis CPU Location System Hardware Manual 4 - 3...
  • Page 254: Section 2 Installation

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ECTION NSTALLATION Pre-installation planning is essential. Advanced planning minimizes installation time, cost, and disruption of the customer business activities. Installation and Safety Precautions Observe the following precautions when installing the blades to avoid static electricity damage to hardware or exposure to hazardous voltages.
  • Page 255: Figure 4-4 Inserting Blades In The 19" Chassis

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Installing an Extension or Trunk Blade 2.2.1 Installing the Blades To install an extension/trunk blade with the system running: Insert the blade in the guide rail and push it securely into position. Tighten the thumb screw on either side of the blade.
  • Page 256: Table 4-1 Extension Blade Installation Order Example

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 2.2.2 Order of Installing Extension Blades The order in which the station blades (CD-8DLCA with PZ-8DLCB, CD-16DLCA, CD-4LCA, and CD-8LCA with PZ-8LCE) are physically inserted determines the numbering plan. To avoid unexpected extension/trunk numbering if the VoIP or Voice Mail daughter board registers with the system first, install these boards after the other extension and trunk blades are installed.
  • Page 257: Table 4-2 Adding Daughter Board To Chassis Example

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 4-2 Adding Daughter Board to Chassis Example Initial Blade Updated Blade Blade Extension Blade Extension Blade Blade Slot # Numbers Slot # Numbers CD-16DLCA 101~116 CD-16DLCA 101~116 CD-8DLCA 117~124 (no daughter — — board) CD-16DLCA...
  • Page 258: Table 4-3 Trunk Blade Installation Order Example

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 For example, if four blades are installed in the following order, the numbering plan below applies. Table 4-3 Trunk Blade Installation Order Example Order of Blade Slot Blade Line Circuits Installation Number CD-4COTB with PZ-4COTF CD-4COTB...
  • Page 259: Uninstalling A Blade Slot Through Software

    Refer to Program 90-05 in the UNIVERGE SV8100 Programming Manual for detailed information. Blade Capacities The universal architecture of the UNIVERGE SV8100 provides flexibility when installing blades. With the exception of the CD-CP00-US, PZ-BS10, and PZ-BS11 blades, any blade can be installed in any slot.
  • Page 260: Performing A Hot Start

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Turn the power switch back on to power the system back up.  With a multi-chassis system, turn on the Expansion Chassis power supply, then the Controlling Chassis power supply. Continue holding the Load button for approximately three seconds or until LED 2 starts flashing red.
  • Page 261: Table 4-4 Default Port Settings

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 To program using a multiline terminal, enter programming mode: 1. Go to any working display telephone. 2. Do not lift the handset.  In a newly installed system, use extension (port 1). 3. Press Speaker. ...
  • Page 262: Saving Your Configuration

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 As the system recognizes the extension devices automatically, when replacing the connected device, it must be undefined in Program 10-03 prior to connecting the new device. For example, if a port was previously used for a...
  • Page 263 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 When restoring a database file, as the slot definitions may be different, remove all blades from the system except the CD-CP00-US and the CD-8DLCA/CD-16DLCA in slot 2. After the system is reset, blades can be installed again.
  • Page 264: Performing A Software Upgrade

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 2.6.4 Performing a Software Upgrade This section describes the procedure to perform a software upgrade on the CD-CP00-US. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS To save customer data prior to updating, a blank USB  Memory is required. Insert the USB Memory into the USB Port on the CD-CP00-US blade.
  • Page 265 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 To perform a system software and firmware upgrade: Turn the system power off. After the system powers down, insert the USB Memory containing the software upgrade into the USB port on the CD-CP00-US. Push in and hold the Load button.
  • Page 266: Figure 4-6 Cd-Cp00-Us Blade Layout

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 OMMON ONTROL LADES ECTION The blades described in this section control the common functions of the chassis. CD-CP00-US (SV8100 Central Processing Unit) PZ-32IPLA PZ-64IPLA PZ-128IPLA Battery Fast Ethernet CN7 BGM/EXSP Control CN 10 USB CN5 Status LED1...
  • Page 267: Figure 4-7 Cd-Cp00-Us Blade With Daughter Boards Installed

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 PZ-32IPLA PZ-64IPLA Battery PZ-128IPLA PZ-ME50-US CompactFlash PZ-VM21 Figure 4-7 CD-CP00-US Blade with Daughter Boards Installed 3.1.1 Description The CD-CP00-US controls all the functions and operations of the SV8100 system using the system software loaded into the CD-CP00-US memory.
  • Page 268 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Ethernet Interface Circuit  PZ-BS10/PZ-BS11 Interface Circuit  Main Processing 32-Bit CPU Circuit (MPC8248 @ 2 MHz)  Time Switch, Optional Blade Control Circuit  Backboard Interface Circuit  The CD-CP00-US provides: 200 trunk ports maximum ...
  • Page 269  system, or when upgrading system software One Serial Port (null modem/cross-over cable required)  One USB Port – USB 1.1 (requires USB driver – download from NEC  web site)  Memory size – minimum of 32MB (normally 512MB or 1GB) should be used.
  • Page 270: Figure 4-8 Cd-Cp00-Us Battery Installation

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 3.1.2 Installation Each SV8100 system must have the CD-CP00-US installed in Slot 1 of the Controlling Chassis. IMPORTANT INSTALLATION NOTES The chassis power must be off when installing or removing  the CD-CP00-US. After removing a previously installed CD-CP00-US, ...
  • Page 271: Table 4-5 Cd-Cp00-Us Switch Settings

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Refer to Figure 4-7 CD-CP00-US Blade with Daughter Boards Installed on page 4-17 to Install the PZ-VM21, PZ-ME50-US and/or PZ-32IPLA/PZ-64IPLA/PZ-128IPLA daughter board, if required. Ensure the power supply is OFF, then slide the CD-CP00-US into Slot 1 in the Controlling Chassis.
  • Page 272: Table 4-6 Cd-Cp00-Us Switch 6 Settings

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 4-6 CD-CP00-US Switch 6 Settings Configuration Note SW6-1 Not Used SW6-2 Test Mode ON = Test Mode OFF = Normal SW6-3 RS232C Select ON = Use OFF = Not Used SW6-4 Reset Configuration ON = Normal OFF = ICE Mode 3.1.4...
  • Page 273 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 4-7 CD-CP00-US LED Indications (Continued) LED Indication Status RUN (LED1) LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5 Blinking Blinking Access On Steady When Boot program is initializing in Blink USB Memory is the flash memory Installing Access On Steady When...
  • Page 274: Table 4-8 Cd-Cp00-Us Connections

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 3.1.5 Connectors Table 4-8 CD-CP00-US Connections describes each connector on the CD-CP00-US Table 4-9 CD-LTA RJ45 Cable Connector Pin-Outs describes the pin-outs for connectors on the CCPU-A. Refer to Figure 4-6 CD-CP00-US Blade Layout on page 4-16 for the location of the connections on the CD-CP00-US blade.
  • Page 275 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 4-9 CD-LTA RJ45 Cable Connector Pin-Outs (Continued) Ethernet Cable Connector – CN7 (RJ-45) (10Base-T/100Base-TX Port) Pin No. Connection – – – – Pin Jack – CN8/CN9 (Polarity) Pin No. Signal EXT1 EXT2 RJ-45 Cable Connector – CN10...
  • Page 276: Figure 4-9 Pz-Me50-Us Daughter Board

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 PZ-ME50-US (Memory Expansion Daughter Board) Figure 4-9 PZ-ME50-US Daughter Board 3.2.1 Description The Memory Expansion daughter board provides additional memory for the system to use with license control, expanded system networking, and software updates. This daughter board is mounted on the CD-CP00-US and provides the SDRAM, Flash Memory and SRAM.
  • Page 277: Table 4-11 Pz-Me50-Us Port Capacities

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 4-11 PZ-ME50-US Port Capacities provides the maximum capacities for the PZ-ME50-US daughter board. Table 4-11 PZ-ME50-US Port Capacities Memory  Expansion System NetLink Basic System System 256 Board Unlimited (Networked (CD-CP00-US) Port License PZ-ME50- Port License...
  • Page 278 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Each node in a NetLink network requires the  PZ-ME50-US. CD-CP00-US without the PZ-ME50-US  installed, supports a single chassis system (six slots only). CD-CP00-US with the PZ-ME50-US is required  to support a system with multiple chassis.
  • Page 279: Figure 4-10 Pz-Vm21 Daughter Board

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 PZ-VM21 (Voice Mail Daughter Board) Figure 4-10 PZ-VM21 Daughter Board 3.3.1 Description The SV8100 voice mail is a fully integrated, “in-skin” voice mail with Automated Attendant. In addition to the voice mail function, the daughter board provides Voice Response System (VRS) and an optional modem ability for remote maintenance functions.
  • Page 280: Table 4-12 Compactflash Voice Mail Specifications

    Table 4-12 CompactFlash Voice Mail Specifications Part Numbers and Capacities UNIVERGE SV8100 VM8000 InMail P/N 670831 UNIVERGE SV8100 VM8000 InMail 512M Drive (1) 32-hour CompactFlash Card with software.  P/N 670784 UNIVERGE SV8100 VM8000 InMail 8-Port License P/N 670872...
  • Page 281: Figure 4-11 Installing The Pz-Vm21

    The LED1 status light is on steady when a card is installed. Figure 4-11 Installing the PZ-VM21 One PZ-VM21 daughter board providing InMail can be installed per system. Refer to the UNIVERGE SV8100 InMail System Guide for complete set-up information. System Hardware Manual...
  • Page 282: Figure 4-12 Ipla Daughter Board

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 3.3.3 Switch Settings This daughter board does not have any switch that needs to be set and does not require any hardware setting. PZ-32IPLA/PZ-64IPLA/PZ-128IPLA (Voice over IP Daughter Boards) Figure 4-12 IPLA Daughter Board 3.4.1 Description...
  • Page 283: Installation

    Figure 3-3 19” Controlling Chassis – Guides Slot 1 on page for more details. Connect the IPLA daughter board to the CD-RTB or to an external switching hub using an ethernet cable. Refer to the UNIVERGE SV8100 Programming Manual for detailed programming instructions. 3.4.3 Switch Settings This daughter board does not have any switch that needs to be set and does not require any hardware setting.
  • Page 284: Table 4-13 Ipla Daughter Board Led Indications

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 3.4.4 LED Indications LED indications for the PZ-32IPLA, PZ-64IPLA and PZ-128IPLA Daughter Boards are indicated in Table 4-13 IPLA Daughter Board Indications. Each LED is listed with its associated function and LED and Operational status. Refer to...
  • Page 285: Figure 4-13 Voip Connections

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 3.4.5 Connectors Figure 4-13 VoIP Connections shows a typical connection layout. Figure 4-14 Connecting a IPLA Daughter Board to a Network/PC illustrates how to connect a VoIP Daughter Board to a Network or Figure 4-13 VoIP Connections...
  • Page 286 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 4-14 Connecting a IPLA Daughter Board to a Network/PC 4 - 36 Installing the SV8100 Blades...
  • Page 287: Figure 4-15 Mgn-U10 Etu Migration Board

    The MGN-U10 ETU is supported only in the B64-U10, U20, and U30 KSU’s. The MGN-U10 ETU provides a connection between the IPK/IPK II and the UNIVERGE SV8100 system. The MGN-U10 ETU is installed in the CPU/EXP slot of the IPK/IPK II KSU. IPK/IPKII Migration is supported only with the CHS2U-US (6-slot) chassis.
  • Page 288: Figure 4-16 Sv8100 To Ipk/Ipk Ii Connection

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 3.5.2 Conditions The IPK/IPKII systems are limited to 18 total card slots.  An IPK system can support the migration card, provided the cards and  terminals are listed below as being supported. It may be necessary to upgrade firmware as noted.
  • Page 289: Table 4-15 Ipk Ii Supported Hardware

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Install MGN-U10 ETU into IPK/IPK II CPU/EXP slot. Install PZ-BS10 into the expansion slot in the SV8100. Do not plug the CAT5 cables in to any other  interface i.e. DLCA as serious damage could occur.
  • Page 290 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 4-15 IPK II Supported Hardware (Continued) Package Name Description Supported OPX(2)-U10 Off-Premise Extension Interface COI(4)-U( ) CO/PBX Line Interface COI(8)-U( ) CO/PBX Line Interface COID(4)-U( ) CO/PBX Line Interface COID(8)-U( ) CO/PBX Line Interface COIB(4)-U10...
  • Page 291: Table 4-16 Supported Optional Equipment (Via Mgn-U10 Etu)

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 3.5.5 Optional Equipment Table 4-16 Supported Optional Equipment (via MGN-U10 ETU) provides a listing of the DTU/DTP and DTH/DTR optional equipment supported for terminals connected to the IPK/IPK II KSU’s Table 4-16 Supported Optional Equipment (via MGN-U10 ETU)
  • Page 292: Table 4-18 Supported Terminals

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 4-17 Supported Optional Equipment Equipment DTH/DTR DT300 Name BCH-L (BK) —  UNIT BHA-L UNIT —  PSA-L UNIT —  3.5.6 Supported Terminals Table 4-18 Supported Terminals Terminal Description DTL/DT300 Retro key pad required All of Model-A Terminals ...
  • Page 293: Table 4-19 Sw1 Mgn-U10 Etu

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 3.5.7 Switch Settings Refer to Figure 4-17 MGN-U10 ETU Migration Board for the location of switches on the MGN-U10 ETU and Table 4-19 SW1 MGN-U10 ETU on page 4-43 for a brief explanation of SW1 and SW2.
  • Page 294: Figure 4-17 Mgn-U10 Etu Migration Board

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 4-20 SW2 MGN-U10 ETU Description Switch Bit1 Bit2 Bit3 Bit4 Mode Normal Default Operation Monitor For maintenance use Don’t Don’t Program Care Care FROM For firmware update Loader Test Manufacture inspection mode Program 3.5.8 LED Indications...
  • Page 295: Table 4-23 Mgn-U10 Etu Connector Pin-Out

    For maintenance. CN 5 Connects to CN 2 on the PZ-BS10 in SV8100 system using the NEC provided CAT5 straight-through cable. CN 6 Connects to CN 3 on the PZ-BS10 in SV8100 system using the NEC provided CAT5 straight-through cable.
  • Page 296: Figure 4-18 Cd-8Dlca Blade

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 TATION LADES ECTION CD-8DLCA/CD-16DLCA (Digital Station Interface) Figure 4-18 CD-8DLCA Blade 4 - 46 Installing the SV8100 Blades...
  • Page 297: Figure 4-19 Cd-16Dlca Blade

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 4-19 CD-16DLCA Blade 4.1.1 Description The CD-8DLCA and the CD-16DLCA are both discussed in this section. Any differences between the two are noted. These blades provide: 8 (CD-8DLCA) OR 16 (CD-16DLCA) digital extension circuits (used for ...
  • Page 298: Table 4-24 Cd-8Dlca/Cd-16Dlca Led Indications

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Refer to the following tables for maximum upgrade capacities of the CD-8DLCA CD-16DLCA ESIU blades: Table 2-6 SV8100 Maximum 9.5” Gateway and 19” System Capacities  – Blades on page 2-13 Table 2-7 SV8100 Maximum 9.5” Base and Expansion System ...
  • Page 299: Table 4-25 Cd-8Dlca/Cd-16Dlca/ Rj-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 4-24 CD-8DLCA/CD-16DLCA LED Indications (Continued) LED Indication Operation Status Remarks Live LED Busy LED (Green) (Red) A Channel is busy (use – Unit Busy another from CH1 ~ CHx). All channels are idle. – Flash 80ms Downloading firmware.
  • Page 300 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 4-25 CD-8DLCA/CD-16DLCA/ RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs RJ-61 Cable Connector CD-8DLCA – CN101 (ports 1~4), CN201 (ports 5~8) CD-16DLCA – CN101 (ports 1~4), CN201 (ports 5~8), CN301 (ports 9~12), CN401 (ports 13~16) Pin No. Connection T4 (Tip for port 4)
  • Page 301: Figure 4-20 Pz-8Dlcb Blade

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 PZ-8DLCB (Digital Station Daughter Board) Figure 4-20 PZ-8DLCB Blade 4.2.1 Description The PZ-8DLCB daughter board provides eight digital extensions. This daughter board is installed on the CD-8DLCA and expands the port capacity for the combined blades to 16.
  • Page 302: Table 4-26 Pz-8Dlcb Rj-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 4.2.3 PZ-8DLCB Daughter Board Cable Connection The PZ-8DLCB blade has connections for CN301 and CN401 Refer Figure 4-19 CD-16DLCA Blade for connector locations. The following tables show the cable connections of the two RJ-61 connectors on the PZ-8DLCB.
  • Page 303: Figure 4-21 Cd-4Lca Blade

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 CD-4LCA/CD-8LCA (4-Port/8-Port Single Line Interface) Figure 4-21 CD-4LCA Blade System Hardware Manual 4 - 53...
  • Page 304: Figure 4-22 Cd-8Lca Blade

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 4-22 CD-8LCA Blade 4.3.1 Description The CD-4LCA/CD-8LCA blade provides four analog (SLIU) extension ports or eight analog (SLIU) extension ports (used for on-premise analog telephones, fax machines, and analog modems). 4 - 54 Installing the SV8100 Blades...
  • Page 305 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 The CD-4LCA and CD-8LCA are not rated for OPX use. A CD-4DIOPA blade should be used instead (it supports the analog DID and single line telephone interface functions, such as Off-Premise Extensions). One extension status LED ...
  • Page 306: Table 4-27 Cd-4Lca/Cd-8Lca Led Indications

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 4.3.3 LED Indications LED indications for the CD-4LCA CD-8LCA are listed in Table 4-27 CD-4LCA/CD-8LCA LED Indications. Each LED is listed with its associated function and LED and Operational status. Refer to Figure 4-21 CD-4LCA Blade on page 4-53...
  • Page 307: Table 4-28 Cd-4Lca/Cd-8Lca Rj-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 4.3.4 Connectors Table 4-28 CD-4LCA/CD-8LCA RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs show the pin-outs for the RJ-61 connector. Figure 4-21 CD-4LCA Blade on page 4-53 Figure 4-22 CD-8LCA Blade on page 4-54 show the location of the connectors and the pin number locations on the CD-4LCA/CD-8LCA blades.
  • Page 308: Figure 4-23 Installing The Pz-4Lca Daughter Board

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 PZ-4LCA/PZ-8LCE (4-Port/8-Port SLI Daughter Board) Figure 4-23 Installing the PZ-4LCA Daughter Board 4 - 58 Installing the SV8100 Blades...
  • Page 309: Figure 4-24 Installing The Pz-8Lce Daughter Board

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 4-24 Installing the PZ-8LCE Daughter Board System Hardware Manual 4 - 59...
  • Page 310 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 4.4.1 Description The PZ-4LCA and PZ-8LCE daughter boards are mounted on the CD-4LCA/CD-8LCA. These boards provide: 4-Port Single Line and 8-Port Single Line analog extension ports (used  for on-premise analog telephones, fax machines, and analog modems).
  • Page 311: Table 4-29 Pz-4Lca/Pz-8Lce/ Rj-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 This daughter board can be installed on the CD-4LCA or CD-8LCA blade. To install the PZ-4LCA PZ-8LCE Four plastic spacers are Included with the PZ-4LCA/PZ-8LCE. Install the plastic spacers on either the CD-4LCA or CD-8LCA. Make sure to attach the spacers so that they extend out on the side of the daughter board which has the CN1 connector.
  • Page 312: Figure 4-25 Cd-Lta Blade

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 term CD-LTA (D /SLT Combination) Figure 4-25 CD-LTA Blade 4.5.1 Description The Digital Station/SLT Combination blade provides eight Digital Station ports and two analog ports. This blade allows either a PZ-4COTF analog trunk daughter board or PZ-2BRIA daughter board to be installed.
  • Page 313: Table 4-30 Cd-Lta Maximum Capacities

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 The blade provides: Eight Digital Station ports  Two analog extension ports  Two status LEDs  Refer to the following tables for maximum upgrade capacities of the CD-LTA blade: Table 2-6 SV8100 Maximum 9.5” Gateway and 19” System Capacities ...
  • Page 314: Table 4-31 Cd-Lta Led Indications

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 4.5.3 LED Indications LED indications for the CD-LTA are indicated in Table 4-31 CD-LTA Indications. Each LED is listed with its associated function and LED and Operational status. Refer to Figure 4-25 CD-LTA Blade on page 4-62 for the location of the LEDs on the blade.
  • Page 315: Table 4-32 Cd-Lta Rj11 Cable Connector Pin-Outs

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 4.5.4 Connectors Table 4-32 CD-LTA RJ11 Cable Connector Pin-Outs shows the pin-outs for the RJ-61 connector. Refer to Figure 4-25 CD-LTA Blade on page 4-62 for an illustration showing the location of the connectors on the CD-LTA blade.
  • Page 316: Cd-4Cotb (4 Loop And Ground Start Interface)

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 RUNK LADES ECTION CD-4COTB (4 Loop and Ground Start Interface) Figure 4-26 CD-4COTB Blade 5.1.1 Description The CD-4COTB blade provides: CD-4COTB: Four analog loop start/ground start trunk circuits  One trunk status LED  4 - 66...
  • Page 317: Installation

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 One Blade status LED  Four Caller ID Circuits  Two Power Failure Transfer Circuits  Connection for PZ-4COTF Daughter Board  The CD-4COTB blade consumes four trunk ports ranging between ports 001~200. The CN2 connector provides connection to four analog trunk ports, which are polarity sensitive (tip-to-tip, ring-to-ring).
  • Page 318: Table 4-33 Cd-4Cotb Led Indications

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 5.1.3 LED Indications LED indications for the CD-4COTB are listed in Table 4-33 CD-4COTB LED Indications. Each LED is listed with its associated function and LED and Operational status. Refer to Figure 4-26 CD-4COTB Blade on page 4-66 for the location of the LEDs on the blades.
  • Page 319: Table 4-34 Cd-4Cotb Rj-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 5.1.4 Connectors Table 4-34 CD-4COTB RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs shows the pin-outs for the RJ-61 connector. Refer to Figure 4-26 CD-4COTB Blade on page 4-66 for an illustration showing the location of the connectors on the CD-4COTB blades.
  • Page 320: Figure 4-27 Installing The Pz-4Cotf Daughter Board

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 PZ-4COTF (4 Loop and Ground Start Interface Daughter Board) Figure 4-27 Installing the PZ-4COTF Daughter Board 5.2.1 Description The PZ-4COTF daughter board provides: Four analog loop start/ground start trunk circuits  Four Caller ID Circuits ...
  • Page 321: Installation

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 The PZ-4COTF consumes four trunk ports ranging between ports 001~200. The CN2 connector provides connection to four analog trunk ports, which are polarity sensitive (tip-to-tip, ring-to-ring). The power failure circuits (CN3), however, are not polarity sensitive.
  • Page 322: Table 4-35 Pz-4Cotf Rj-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 5.2.3 Connectors Table 4-35 PZ-4COTF RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs shows the pin-outs for the RJ-61 connector. Figure 4-27 Installing the PZ-4COTF Daughter Board on page 4-70 shows the location of the connectors on the PZ-4COTF daughter board.
  • Page 323: Cd-2Bria (2 Basic Rate Interface)

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 CD-2BRIA (2 Basic Rate Interface) Figure 4-28 CD-2BRIA Blade 5.3.1 Description This unit is an interface unit that accommodates an ISDN (Basic Rate) circuit. System Hardware Manual 4 - 73...
  • Page 324: Installation

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 The BRI blade provides: Two (CD-2BRIA) 2-Channel Circuits (2B + D) configured as T-Bus  64Kb/s Clear B-Channel and 16Kb/s D-Channel  Two Status LEDs  Connector for PZ-2BRIA  These trunk circuits can be connected to either ISDN trunks or ISDN telephones, depending on the switch setting in system programming.
  • Page 325: Table 4-36 Cd-2Bria Led Indications

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Connect the cable from the NT1 Network Termination cable to the CN7 or CN8 connector on the CD-2BRIA blade and/or PZ-2BRIA daughter board. (Refer to Figure 4-28 CD-2BRIA Blade on page 4-73 for the location of the connectors on the blade.)
  • Page 326: Table 4-37 Cd-2Bria Rj-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 5.3.4 Connectors Table 4-37 CD-2BRIA RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs show the pin-outs for the RJ-61 cable connector for T-Bus connections. Figure 4-28 CD-2BRIA Blade on page 4-73 shows the location of the connectors on the CD-2BRIA blade.
  • Page 327: Pz-2Bria (2 Basic Rate Interface Daughter Board)

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 PZ-2BRIA (2 Basic Rate Interface Daughter Board) Figure 4-29 Installing the PZ-2BRIA Daughter Board System Hardware Manual 4 - 77...
  • Page 328: Figure 4-28 Cd-2Bria Blade

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 5.4.1 Description This daughter board provides two BRI circuits and is installed on the CD-2BRIA blade. This board provides: Two (CD-2BRIA) 2-Channel Circuits (2B + D) configured as T-Bus  64Kb/s Clear B-Channel and 16Kb/s D-Channel ...
  • Page 329: Table 4-38 Pz-2Bria Rj-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Connect the cable from the NT1 Network Termination cable to the CN7 or CN8 connector on the CD-2BRIA and/or PZ-2BRIA daughter board. 5.4.3 Connectors Table 4-38 PZ-2BRIA RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs shows the pin-outs for the RJ-61 cable connector for T-Bus connections.
  • Page 330: Description

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 CD-4DIOPA (DID/OPX Interface) Figure 4-30 CD-4DIOPA Blade 5.5.1 Description The CD-4DIOPA supports the analog DID and single line telephone interface functions (such as Off-Premise Extension). The function type is assigned in programming for each port. The circuit types, however, should be grouped together.
  • Page 331: Table 4-39 Cd-4Diopa Led Indications

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 The CD-4DIOPA provides: Four (DIOPA) DID trunk circuits or four OPX circuits  Two Blade status LEDs  -48VDC  Refer to the following tables for maximum upgrade capacities of the CD-4DIOPA blade: Table 2-6 SV8100 Maximum 9.5” Gateway and 19” System Capacities ...
  • Page 332: Figure 4-30 Cd-4Diopa Blade

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 5.5.4 Connectors The CN2 connector provides connection to four analog DID trunk ports, which are polarity sensitive (tip-to-tip, ring-to-ring). The OPX circuits, however, are not polarity sensitive. The CD-4DIOPA requires one universal slot. (Refer to Figure 4-30 CD-4DIOPA Blade on page 4-80.) If Program 10-03-01 has OPX defined, note that the...
  • Page 333: Figure 4-31 Cd-Prta Blade (Front And Side View)

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 CD-PRTA (PRI/T1 Interface) Figure 4-31 CD-PRTA Blade (Front and Side View) 5.6.1 Description The CD-PRTA T1/PRI blade provides an interface for T1 and ISDN Primary Rate Interface (PRI) applications. This blade has a single 24-channel 64Kb per second digital signal circuit that can be configured for either T1 trunks or PRI.
  • Page 334 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 If set for T1, the T1/PRI blade provides 24 trunks in a single universal slot. These trunks can be one of the following: Loop Start  Ground Start   E&M Trunks  ANI/DNIS E&M Trunks ...
  • Page 335: Figure 4-32 Pri Layout For Nt-1 Network

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 5.6.2 Installation To install the CD-PRTA: Plug the CD-PRTA into any universal slot in the chassis. Use Program 10-51-01 (PRI/T-1) to set the CD-PRTA blade to either PRI or T-1. With normal operation, LED 1 flashes green.
  • Page 336: Table 4-41 Cd-Prta Led Indications

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 5.6.3 LED Indications LED indications for the CD-PRTA are listed in Table 4-41 CD-PRTA Indications. Each LED is listed with its associated function and LED and Operational status. Table 4-41 CD-PRTA LED Indications LED Indication Operation Status...
  • Page 337: Figure 4-33 Cd-Prta Led Indication Pattern Of Layer 1 On T1 Unit

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Refer to Figure 4-33 CD-PRTA LED Indication Pattern of Layer 1 on T1 Unit for LED pattern information. LED indications for the T1 are listed in Table 4-42 T1 LED Indications. Figure 4-33 CD-PRTA LED Indication Pattern of Layer 1 on T1 Unit...
  • Page 338: Table 4-43 Cd-Prta Rj-45 Cable Connector Pin-Outs

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 5.6.4 Connectors Table 4-43 CD-PRTA RJ-45 Cable Connector Pin-Outs shows the pin-outs for the T-Bus RJ-45 connections. Figure 4-31 CD-PRTA Blade (Front and Side View) on page 4-83 shows the location of the connectors on the PRT blade.
  • Page 339: Cd-4Odta (4-Port Tie Line Interface Blade)

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 CD-4ODTA (4-Port Tie Line Interface Blade) Figure 4-34 CD-4ODTA Blade 5.7.1 Description The CD-4ODTA Tie Line blade is an out band dial type analog tie line interface blade. This blade supports system connections to either 2-wire (four lead, tip/ring) or 4-wire (six lead, tip/ring/tip 1/ring 1) E&M signalling tie lines (determined in Program 10-13).
  • Page 340: Installation

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Four analog 4-circuit tie line interfaces  Two Blade status LEDs  Two straps and one switch per circuit to determine the circuit type  Limitation depends on the connecting Router, Multiplexer or Exchange. If the UNIVERGE...
  • Page 341: Figure 4-34 Cd-4Odta Blade

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 5.7.3 LED Indications LED indications for the CD-4ODTA are listed in Table 4-45 CD-4ODTA LED Indications. Each LED is listed with its associated function and LED and Operational status. Refer to Figure 4-34 CD-4ODTA Blade on page 4-89 for the location of the LEDs on the blade.
  • Page 342 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 4-46 CD-4ODTA RJ-61 Cable Connector Pin-Outs RJ-61 Cable Connector – 2-Wire E&M, CN1A~CN1D Pin No. Connection Description — Not Used Control signal to trunk — Not Used Voice signal both ways Voice signal both ways —...
  • Page 343: Connections

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 5.7.5 Connections Figure 4-35 Voice Signal Connection for Type I And V Figure 4-36 Control Signal Connection on page 4-94 show the signaling methods for circuit types. Figure 4-35 Voice Signal Connection for Type I And V...
  • Page 344: Figure 4-36 Control Signal Connection

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 4-36 Control Signal Connection 4 - 94 Installing the SV8100 Blades...
  • Page 345: Figure 4-37 Cd-Vm00 Blade

    Figure 4-37 CD-VM00 Blade 6.1.1 Description This blade is a PC platform installed in the UNIVERGE SV8100 that contains data storage for voice recording and application software supporting a maximum of 16 ports. A digital signal processor/voice processing section handles the...
  • Page 346: Figure 4-38 Install The Cr-2032 Battery

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 One 15-pin VGA connector for VHA monitor support  6.1.2 Installation Only one CD-VM00 can be installed per system. Handle the CF drive carefully. To prevent  damage, do not drop the drive or apply pressure to it.
  • Page 347: Figure 4-39 Install The So-Dimm Memory

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 4-39 Install the SO-DIMM Memory Install the Compact Flash drive into slot CN7, make sure the drive is fully seated in the slot (refer to Figure 4-40 Install the Compact Flash Drive). Figure 4-40 Install the Compact Flash Drive 6.1.3...
  • Page 348: Busy Led – Red

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 6.1.3.2 Busy LED – Red The Busy LED is controlled by the DSP and indicates the port status.  Off: Power off or idle. On: Reset.  6.1.3.3 Application LED – Red/Green (Dual Color) The Application LED is controlled by the DSP indicates the state of the software running on the APSU .
  • Page 349: Figure 4-41 Cd-Vm00 Db9 To 6-Pin Modular Rs-232 Adapter

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 6.1.4.2 DB9 to 6-pin Modular RS-232 Adapter Figure 4-41 CD-VM00 DB9 to 6-Pin Modular RS-232 Adapter 6.1.4.3 RS-232 Serial Cable (DTE) Figure 4-42 CD-VM00 RS-232 Serial Cable (DTE) System Hardware Manual 4 - 99...
  • Page 350: Figure 4-43 Cd-Vm00 Rs-232 Serial Cable (Dce)

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 6.1.4.4 RS-232 Serial Cable (DCE) Figure 4-43 CD-VM00 RS-232 Serial Cable (DCE) 6.1.4.5 USB Interface The APSU provides two USB interfaces that can be used for the following devices:  USB Keyboard USB Memory Device ...
  • Page 351: Table 4-47 Ethernet Connector Pin-Out

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 4-47 Ethernet Connector Pin-Out View Pin No. Signal Note PIN1 ---- PIN8 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX port (RJ-45 connector) System Hardware Manual 4 - 101...
  • Page 352: Figure 4-44 Cd-Pvaa Blade

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 CD-PVAA (Packet Voice Application) Figure 4-44 CD-PVAA Blade 6.2.1 Description The Packet Voice Application, CD-PVAA blade is an optional interface that supports Application Packages (Univerge Multimedia Conference Bridge, Interactive Voice Response Application, and CCISoIP Point-to-Multipoint). This blade can be assigned as a CNF...
  • Page 353: Installation

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 A digital signal processor/voice processing section handles the following functions: DTMF detection  DTMF generation  General tone detection  Automatic Gain Control (AGC)  Basic Support Package Each blade installed with the CNF or IVR package accounts for up to 16 Extension Ports of the Total Port capacity (One Conference or One IVR blade maximum).
  • Page 354: Led Indications

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 6.2.4 LED Indications Active LED – Green The Active LED is controlled by the DSP and indicates the board operational status. Off: Power off  On: Reset  Slow Flash: Board is running but not in sync with the chassis ...
  • Page 355: Figure 4-45 Cd-Ccta Blade

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 CD-CCTA (CCIS Trunk Interface) Figure 4-45 CD-CCTA Blade 6.3.1 Description The Common Channel Handler Interface blade is a digital trunk ETU that terminates FT1 trunks (up to 24 DS-0 channels) providing a common channel signal interface.
  • Page 356: Table 4-48 Cd-Ccta Led Indications

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Refer to the following tables for maximum upgrade capacities of the CD-CCTA blade: Table 2-6 SV8100 Maximum 9.5” Gateway and 19” System Capacities  – Blades on page 2-13 Table 2-7 SV8100 Maximum 9.5” Base and Expansion System ...
  • Page 357: Figure 4-46 Cd-Ccta Led Indication Pattern Of Layer 1 On T1 Unit

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 4-46 CD-CCTA LED Indication Pattern of Layer 1 on T1 Unit 6.3.4 Connectors Table 4-49 CD-CCTA RJ-45 Cable Connector Pin-Outs shows the pin-outs for the RJ-45 connector. Figure 4-45 CD-CCTA Blade on page 4-105 shows the location of the connectors on the CD-CCTA blade.
  • Page 358: Figure 4-47 Cd-Rtb Blade

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 CD-RTB (4-Port Router) Figure 4-47 CD-RTB Blade 6.4.1 Description The Router blade is a 4-port switching hub which complies with the ethernet specification for both 100 Base-TX and 10 Base-T. This blade is compatible in LAN applications using 10Mbps and 100Mbps.
  • Page 359 Two Status LEDs  The VoIPDB, required for IP telephones to communicate with non-VoIP UNIVERGE SV8100 telephones, and to place or receive outside calls, must be connected to either an external switching hub or to the Router blade. System Hardware Manual...
  • Page 360: Table 4-50 Cd-Rtb Led Indications

    Capacities – Blades on page 2-15 6.4.2 Installation To install the CD-RTB: Plug the CD-RTB blade in any universal slot. Refer to the Univerge SV8100 Programming Manual for required programming. 6.4.3 LED Indications LED indications for the CD-RTB are indicated in Table 4-50 CD-RTB Indications.
  • Page 361: Figure 4-48 Cd-Etia Blade

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 CD-ETIA (Gigabit PoE Switch) Figure 4-48 CD-ETIA Blade 6.5.1 Description The CD-ETIA blade is a managed 8-port gigabit ethernet PoE switch. Ports 1 and 8 are the default uplink ports. All the user management and stacking are based on this setup. This blade provides:...
  • Page 362: Installation

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 802.1p Priority Queuing  Port Mirroring  802.3x Flow Control  Independent VLAN Learning Support  TCP/IP Networking Stack  Multi-Unit Stacking (multiple blades in a system are managed from the  same user interface) Dynamic PoE Control (allows setting the proper PoE classifications for ...
  • Page 363: Cd-Cp00-Us Ip Address Assignment

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 6.5.2.2 CD-CP00-US IP Address Assignment The GSWU Main board is provided with an IP address from the back plane CPU during the initialization sequence. The provision of an IP address from the back plane identifies the Main board.
  • Page 364: Table 4-51 Cd-Etia Led Indications

    The grouping of the three GSWU units to form a 20 port switch is restricted to reside in a single system location. The grouping is not allowed where the GSWU units are placed as part of the NetLink feature in the Univerge SV8100 system. 6.5.2.5...
  • Page 365: Figure 4-49 Mdf Pin-Out (Connectors 1~6)

    Wiring Between the Chassis and the MDF 7.3.1 Chassis Cables The chassis is equipped with two MDF Cable Assemblies. NEC recommends that the MDF Cable Assembly be used to connect the multiline terminals, single line telephones (except PFT), PVAA and DID/OPX lines.
  • Page 366: Table 4-52 Mdf Cable Colors

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 4-52 MDF Cable Colors Cable Colors Outs BR–WH GN–RD BR–BK BL–YL SL–YL BR–VI GN–WH OR–RD BL–BK SL–BK BR–YL GN–VI OR–WH BL–RD SL–RD BR–GN GN–YL OR–VI WH–BL WH–SL RD–BR BK–GN YL–OR VI–BL BL–WH SL–WH BR–RD GN–BK OR–YL...
  • Page 367: Univerge Sv8100 Issue

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 4-53 MDF Cable Connections (Station) (Continued) DLCA Station Running Connector Cable Cable DLCA COTB RD–BR TA–1 BR–RD TB–1 RD–SL RA–1 SL–RD RB–1 BK–BL TA–2 BL–BK TB–2 BK–OR RA–2 OR–BK RB–2 BK–GN TA–1 GN–BK TB–1 BK–BR RA–1...
  • Page 368 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 4-54 MDF Cable Connections (Trunk) COTB DIOPA PRTA Station Running Connector Cable BRIA CCTA Cable WH–BL TA–1 BL–WH TB–1 WH–OR – – RA–1 – OR–WH RB–1 WH–GN TA–2 GN–WH – – TB–2 – WH–BR –...
  • Page 369: Outside Lines

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 4-54 MDF Cable Connections (Trunk) (Continued) COTB DIOPA PRTA Station Running Connector Cable BRIA CCTA Cable VI–BL TA–1 BL–VI TB–1 VI–OR – – RA–1 – OR–VI RB–1 VI–GN TA–2 GN–VI – – TB–2 – VI–BR –...
  • Page 370 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK 4 - 120 Installing the SV8100 Blades...
  • Page 371 Installing DT300/DT700 Series (DTL/ITL) Digital and IP Multiline Terminals ENERAL ESCRIPTION ECTION This chapter provides information about the DT300/DT700 Series digital Chapter and IP terminals in addition to the single line telephones, cordless telephones and wireless telephones. term Only the DT300/DT700, D Series i telephones, single line telephones, cordless telephones and wireless telephones discussed in the document can be installed on the SV8100 system.
  • Page 372: Table 5-1 Terminal Category Reference Chart (Dt300/Dt700)

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 5-1 Terminal Category Reference Chart (DT300/DT700) System Equipment Series Name Compatibility Comments SV8100 DT 300 Series DT 310 DTL-2E-( ) economical terminal providing access to basic  telephony and messaging service (Economy) Digital Terminal DTL-6DE-( ) fully functional keypad providing standard ...
  • Page 373 DT 750 ITL-320C-( ) IP terminal provides a 5” color touch panel  (Sophistica features of the telephone provide easy use of NEC  Unified communications and third-party telephony ted) XML applications access to 32 telephony feature lines across an IP ...
  • Page 374: Table 5-2 Terminal And Adapter Compatibility

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 The DT300/DT700 Series offers a line up of modular telephones. This modular design allows the telephones to be upgraded and customized. Optional LCD panels, keypads, handset cradles, face plates and colored side panels can easily be snapped on and off.
  • Page 375: Table 5-3 Firmware Compatibility Matrix

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 5-2 Terminal and Adapter Compatibility (Continued) Adapter Unit Terminal ADA-L APR-L ILPA PSA-L BCH-L BHA-L GBA-L Console: DCL-60-1 (BK)/(WH) CONSOLE — — — —    — = Option Not Available  = Optional Available...
  • Page 376: Table 5-5 Terminal And Line Key/Lcd Compatibility

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 5-5 Terminal and Line Key/LCD Compatibility shows the compatibility between the terminals and Line Key or LCD used in the system. Table 5-5 Terminal and Line Key/LCD Compatibility Line Key/LCD Terminal 8 LK-L 8LKD(LD)-L 8LKI(LD)-L...
  • Page 377: Table 5-6 Terminal And Ten Key Kit Compatibility

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 5-6 Terminal and Ten Key Kit Compatibility shows the compatibility between the terminals and Ten Key kits used in the system. Table 5-6 Terminal and Ten Key Kit Compatibility Ten Key Kit Terminal Sticker- BS(F)-L...
  • Page 378: Table 5-7 Terminal And Optional Equipment Compatibility

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 5-7 Terminal and Optional Equipment Compatibility shows the compatibility between the terminals and optional equipment used in the system. Table 5-7 Terminal and Optional Equipment Compatibility Equipment Terminal  PSA-L PANEL-L WM-L Digital Terminals: DTL-2E-1 (BK) TEL —...
  • Page 379: Figure 5-1 Dtl-2E-1 Tel

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 DT300 S ERIES IGITAL ULTILINE ERMINALS ECTION The DT300 Series offers a new exciting line up of digital telephones. These telephones (except economy), have a modular design that allows the telephone to be upgraded and customized. Optional LCD panels, dial pads, feature key kits, handset cradles, face plates and colored side panels can easily be snapped on and off to upgrade and customize as the customer desires.
  • Page 380: Figure 5-2 Dtl-6De-1 Tel

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 2.1.2 DTL-6DE-1 (BK) TEL This digital economy multiline terminal has six line keys with display and is available in black only. The terminal features: Non-modular design  Four-step adjustable base  Half-duplex speaker phone  Six line keys (Red, Green) ...
  • Page 381: Figure 5-3 Dtl-8Ld-1 Tel

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Backlit Numbered Keypad for easy viewing  Full-duplex handsfree operation  Figure 5-3 DTL-8LD-1 TEL 2.1.4 DTL-12BT-1 (BK) TEL This digital value multiline terminal has 12 line keys and is available in black only. The terminal features: Keyset-like Handset ...
  • Page 382: Figure 5-4 Dtl-12Bt-1 Tel

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 5-4 DTL-12BT-1 TEL 2.1.5 DTL-12D-1 (BK) TEL/DTL-12D-1 (WH) TEL This digital value multiline terminal has 12 line keys and is available in both black and white. The terminal features: Modular design  Four-step adjustable base ...
  • Page 383: Figure 5-5 Dtl-12D-1 Tel

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 5-5 DTL-12D-1 TEL 2.1.6 DTL-12PA-1 (BK) TEL This digital value multiline terminal with Analog Power Failure adapter has 12 line keys and is available in black only. The terminal features: Modular design  Four-step adjustable base ...
  • Page 384: Figure 5-6 Dtl-12Pa-1 Tel

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 5-6 DTL-12PA-1 TEL 2.1.7 DTL-24D-1 (BK) TEL/DTL-24D-1 (WH) TEL This digital value multiline terminal has 24 line keys and is available in both black and white. The terminal features: Modular design  Four-step adjustable base ...
  • Page 385: Figure 5-7 Dtl-24D-1 Tel

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 5-7 DTL-24D-1 TEL 2.1.8 DTL-32D-1 (BK) TEL/DTL-32D-1 (WH) TEL This digital value multiline terminal has 32 line keys (24 line keys plus eight line key LK Unit) and is available in both black and white.
  • Page 386: Figure 5-8 Dtl-32D-1 Tel

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 5-8 DTL-32D-1 TEL 5 - 16 Installing DT300/DT700 Series (DTL/ITL) Digital and IP Multiline Terminals...
  • Page 387: Figure 5-9 Itl-2E-1 Tel

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 DT700 S IP M ERIES ULTILINE ERMINALS ECTION The DT700 Series offers a new exciting line up of IP telephones. These telephones (except economy), have a modular design that allows the telephones to be upgraded and customized. Optional LCD panels, dial pads, feature key kits, handset cradles, face plates and colored side panels can easily be snapped on and off to upgrade and customize as the customer desires.
  • Page 388: Figure 5-10 Itl-6De-1 Tel

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 3.1.2 ITL-6DE-1 (BK) TEL This IP economy multiline terminal has six line keys with display and is available in black only. The terminal features: Non-modular design  Four-step adjustable base  Remote login and maintenance ...
  • Page 389: Figure 5-11 Itl-8Ld-1 Tel

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Two 224 X 96 full dot gray scale LCDs with cursor keys  Backlit Numbered Keypad for easy viewing  Full-duplex handsfree operation  Wideband handset  IEEE 802.3af compliant  XML open interface  10 Base-T/100 Base-TX network interface ...
  • Page 390: Figure 5-12 Itl-12D-1 Tel

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 XML open interface  10 Base-T/100 Base-TX network interface  Backlit LCD  Figure 5-12 ITL-12D-1 TEL 3.1.5 ITL-12PA-1 (BK) TEL This IP value multiline terminal with Analog Power Failure adapter has 12 line keys and is available in black only. The terminal features: Modular design ...
  • Page 391: Figure 5-13 Itl-12Pa-1 Tel

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Backlit LCD  PSA Adapter for Power Failure  Figure 5-13 ITL-12PA-1 TEL 3.1.6 ITL-24D-1 (BK) TEL/ITL-24D-1 (WH) TEL This IP value multiline terminal has 24 line keys and is available in both black and white. The terminal features: Modular design ...
  • Page 392: Figure 5-14 Itl-24D-1 Tel

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 5-14 ITL-24D-1 TEL 3.1.7 ITL-32D-1 (BK) TEL/ITL-32D-1 (WH) TEL This IP value multiline terminal has 32 line keys (24 line keys plus an eight line key LK Unit) and is available in both black and white. The...
  • Page 393: Figure 5-15 Itl-32D-1 Tel

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 5-15 ITL-32D-1 TEL 3.1.8 ITL-320C-1 (BK) TEL This IP multiline terminal features a large color touch panel LCD and is available in black only. The terminal features: Modular design  Four-step adjustable base  Full-duplex speaker phone ...
  • Page 394: Figure 5-16 Itl-320C-1 Tel

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 5-16 ITL-320C-1 TEL 5 - 24 Installing DT300/DT700 Series (DTL/ITL) Digital and IP Multiline Terminals...
  • Page 395: Figure 5-17 Connecting A Multiline Terminal To The System

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 NSTALL ULTILINE ERMINALS ECTION Connecting the DT300 Series Multiline Terminal to the System This instruction applies to all DT300 Series multiline terminals. Plug the telephone cord into the modular jack on the bottom of the multiline terminal. The handset is also attached to the bottom of the multiline terminal.
  • Page 396: Figure 5-18 Leading Line Cords On A Multiline Terminal

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Lead the Line and Handset cables through the applicable grooves. Figure 5-18 Leading Line Cords on a Multiline Terminal Applying Power to the DT700 Multiline Terminal The DT700 terminal supports two different power sources for the terminal: AC-2R/AC-3R ...
  • Page 397: Figure 5-19 Ip Terminal Connector Locations

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Connecting the IP Multiline Terminal to the Network and PC These instructions for connecting an IP multiline terminal to the Network and PC apply to DT700 multiline terminals. Refer to Figure 5-19 IP Terminal Connector Locations.
  • Page 398: Figure 5-20 Typical Network Ip Connection

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 5-20 Typical Network IP Connection Adjusting the LCD on the Multiline Terminal DT300/DT700 Series display multiline terminals have an adjustable Liquid Crystal Display (LCD). The LCD can be adjusted by pulling up or pushing down as desired.
  • Page 399: Figure 5-22 12Lk-L Kit

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Installing Line Key Kit (12LK-L KIT) The 12LK-L KIT Provides 12 additional buttons to ITL or DTL multiline terminals. The 12LK-L KIT kit:  Mounts directly to top side of terminal  Supports Red and Green LED colors Figure 5-22 12LK-L Kit 4.5.1...
  • Page 400: Figure 5-23 Removing The Line Key Panel

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Line Key Panel Figure 5-23 Removing the Line Key Panel Lift and remove the DESI sheet. DESI Sheet Figure 5-24 Removing the DESI Sheet Press the right end of the Line Key placeholder and lift to...
  • Page 401: Figure 5-25 Removing The Line Key Placeholder

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 5-25 Removing the Line Key Placeholder Install the 12LK-L KIT and slide until aligned with the Tab Hole. Figure 5-26 Aligning the 12LK-L KIT System Hardware Manual 5 - 31...
  • Page 402: Figure 5-27 Installing The 12Lk-L Kit

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Press on the right end of the 12LK-L KIT until a click is heard. Figure 5-27 Installing the 12LK-L KIT If desired, print and install the new DESI sheet. Figure 5-28 Installing the DESI Sheet 5 - 32...
  • Page 403: Figure 5-29 Installing The Line Key Panel

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Install the supplied Line Key Panel (refer to Figure 5-29 Installing the Line Key Panel). A variety of colors is now available for the 12 and 24 button LK Panels (refer to Chapter Table 1-8 DT300/DT700 Series Optional Equipment List on page 1-10).
  • Page 404: Table 5-8 Line Key Type

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Follow the directions below for the type of line key module installed: Table 5-8 Line Key Type Line Key Type Push 2-Button 6-Button 8-Button 12-Button 24-Button Save to memory by pressing line key 2, 8, 14 or 20. The display changes back to the Service Class R/W mode and the Message Waiting (MW) LED is On Red.
  • Page 405: Table 5-10 Line Key Kit Type

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 5-9 Ten Key Kit Type (Continued) Ten Key Kit Entry Description Kit8 32 Line Key without cursor key Kit9 Type A – Japan without cursor key Kit10 Type A – US without cursor key Kit11 Type B –...
  • Page 406: Figure 5-30 Attaching Directory Card To Directory Card Holder

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Installing the Directory Card on the Multiline Terminal A directory card can be attached to DT300/DT700 Series multiline terminals. The directory card can be used to record often dialed numbers or other important information. After recording the information on the lined insert, reinsert it between the plastic panels of the directory card.
  • Page 407: Figure 5-31 Attaching Directory Card Holder To The Multiline Terminal

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 5-31 Attaching Directory Card Holder to the Multiline Terminal Removal and Replacement of the Numbered Keypad The Numbered Keypad (in black or white), is commonly delivered in the Business/Standard Layout configuration (refer to Figure 5-32 Standard Numbered Keypad) and can be easily removed and replaced.
  • Page 408: Figure 5-33 Remove Plastic Panels

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 4.7.1 Removing the Numbered Keypad To prevent possible damage to the Numbered Keypad or the DTL/ITL multiline terminal during installation or removal, disconnect the line cord/ LAN cable and the AC/DC adapter from the DTL/ ITL multiline terminal.
  • Page 409: Figure 5-36 Install Plastic Panels

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 4.7.2 Installing the Numbered Keypad Slide the replacement numbered keypad into the grooves located on the inside of the telephone, then press down on the keypad to snap it into place. Refer to Figure 5-35 Install New Numbered Keypad into DT300/DT700 Series Terminal.
  • Page 410: Figure 5-37 Remove Plastic Panels

    Removal and Replacement of the BS( )-L Kit (Ten Key Kit) The Business BS( )-L Kit (in black or white), is commonly delivered with the UNIVERGE SV8100 multiline terminal. If required, the BS( )-L Kit can be removed and replaced on the DT300/DT700 Series multiline terminal.
  • Page 411: Figure 5-39 Install The Ten Key Kit

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Carefully pry and lift the Ten Key kit from the multiline terminal. Figure 5-38 Remove the Ten Key Kit 4.8.2 Install the BS( )-L Kit Slide replacement Ten Key kit into position. Tabs of kit fit into holes on the multiline terminal.
  • Page 412: Figure 5-40 Secure The Ten Key Kit

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Press down until the Ten Key kit clicks into place. Figure 5-40 Secure the Ten Key Kit Reinstall the Line Key and Numbered Keypad panels on the multiline terminal. Line Key Panel Numbered Keypad Panel Desi Printer...
  • Page 413: Table 5-11 Numbered Keypad Type

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 4.8.3 Configuring the Digital Telephone for the Ten Key Kit With the telephone not plugged in and the handset on-hook, press the 4 and 6 buttons on the numbered keypad and connect the telephone cable. ...
  • Page 414: Table 5-12 Keypad Kit Type

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 4.8.4 Configuring the IP Telephone for the Ten Key Kit Press Menu, then 0 (Config) to enter the terminal program mode. At the Login screen, enter the user name (default = ADMIN) and password (default = 6633222) and press the OK Softkey.
  • Page 415: Table 5-13 Line Key Kit Type

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Press the Up/Down key to select the line key kit.  By default, the correct line key kit for the keypad kit selected above is highlighted. Table 5-13 Line Key Kit Type Line Key Kit Entry...
  • Page 416: Figure 5-42 Sticker-Braille-L Kit (Sheet 1)

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Install the Sticker-Braille-L KIT Stickers 1 and 2 (2-button, 6-button, 12-button and 24-button telephones) Stickers 1 and 2 are attached by peeling the sticker from the sheet and applying it to the face plate (it can be applied over the LCD) or by cutting the sticker from the sheet and placing the sticker in the Directory Card holder.
  • Page 417: Figure 5-43 Sticker-Braille-L Kit (Sheet 2)

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 5-43 Sticker-Braille-L KIT (Sheet 2) System Hardware Manual 5 - 47...
  • Page 418: Figure 5-44 Adjust Height Of Dt300/Dt700 Series Terminal

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 4.10 Adjusting the Height on the Multiline Terminal The height of the DT300/DT700 Series multiline terminals can be adjusted by moving the legs attached to the bottom of the terminal. Turn telephone over (button side down).
  • Page 419: Figure 5-45 Separating The Tilt Legs

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 4.11 Removing or Installing the Tilt Legs on the Multiline Terminal The Tilt Legs can be removed or installed on the DT300/DT700 Series multiline terminal. 4.11.1 Remove Tilt Legs Place the telephone on a flat surface (button side down).
  • Page 420: Figure 5-47 Attach Tilt Legs To Dt300/Dt700 Series Terminal

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Lift and remove the Tilt Legs. 4.11.2 Install Tilt Legs Place the telephone on a flat surface (button side down). Lay the adjustable Tilt legs on top of the telephone. Refer to Figure 5-47 Attach Tilt Legs to DT300/DT700 Series Terminal.
  • Page 421: Figure 5-49 Adjust Height Of Dt300/Dt700 Series Terminal

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 5-48 Connecting the Tilt Legs Snap legs together and adjust to desired height. Refer to Figure 5-49 Adjust Height of DT300/DT700 Series Terminal. Figure 5-49 Adjust Height of DT300/DT700 Series Terminal System Hardware Manual 5 - 51...
  • Page 422: Figure 5-50 Removing The Hanger Hook On A Dt300/Dt700 Series Terminal

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 4.12 Wall Mounting the Multiline Terminal You can wall mount a DT300/DT700 Series connection multiline terminal using the base cover or an optional wall mount unit. A wall mount unit must be used if adapters are installed on the multiline terminal.
  • Page 423: Figure 5-52 Bundling The Line Cord

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 4.12.1.2 Wall Mounting the Multiline Terminal Plug line cord in the wall receptacle. Leave about eight inches of cord and bundle the rest as shown in Figure 5-52 Bundling the Line Cord. Figure 5-52 Bundling the Line Cord Ensure the Tilt Legs are in the flat (unused position).
  • Page 424: Figure 5-54 Mount Multiline Terminal Wall On Wall Plate

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 5-54 Mount Multiline Terminal Wall on Wall Plate Push spare line cord behind the multiline terminal. 4.12.1.3 Removing the Multiline Terminal from the Wall Mounted Base Plate. To remove the multiline terminal, push up on the telephone until it comes loose.
  • Page 425: Figure 5-56 Wall Mounting Base On Wall Plate

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 4.12.1.4 Wall Mounting the Base on a Wall Plate Locate the screw holes on the base and hang the cover over the screws on the wall plate as illustrated Figure 5-56 Wall Mounting Base on Wall Plate.
  • Page 426: Table 5-14 Connectivity Of Options

    ERMINALS PTIONAL QUIPMENT ECTION DT300/DT700 Series Terminal Options The following chart provides a quick overview of the options available with the DT300/DT700 Series telephones for UNIVERGE SV8100. Table 5-14 Connectivity of Options IP Terminals Digital Terminals Value Value Terminal Options...
  • Page 427: Figure 5-58 8Lk-L Unit

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 DT300/DT700 Series Optional Terminal Equipment 5.2.1 8LK-L (BK) UNIT/8LK-L (WH) UNIT Provides eight additional line keys to ITL or DTL terminals (except Economy). The unit features: Mounts directly to right side of terminal  Supports Red and Green LED colors ...
  • Page 428: Figure 5-59 Remove Side Panel From Multiline Terminal

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Pry the side panel from the multiline terminal. Side Panel Figure 5-59 Remove Side Panel from Multiline Terminal Return the multiline terminal to the buttons side up position. Fit the projections on the side of the 8LK-L UNIT into the guide holes on the side of the multiline terminal.
  • Page 429: Figure 5-61 Install The 8Lk-L Unit Cable

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Open the small door covering the side option connectors by pulling the cover handle to the front. Telephone Side Option Connection Cable Connector Cover Figure 5-61 Install the 8LK-L UNIT Cable Connect the cable from the 8LK-L UNIT to the side...
  • Page 430: Figure 5-62 8Lkd (Ld)-L Unit

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 5-62 8LKD (LD)-L UNIT 5.2.2.1 Installing the 8LKD (LD)-L UNIT To prevent possible damage to the 8LKD (LD)-L UNIT or the DTL multiline terminal during installation or removal, disconnect the line cord/LAN cable and the AC/DC adapter from the DTL multiline terminal.
  • Page 431: Figure 5-64 Ribbon Cable Connector

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Remove the screw (refer to Figure 5-63 Remove Side Panel from Multiline Terminal on page 5-60). Carefully, return the multiline terminal to the buttons side up. Remove the Softkeys and Line Key kit from the telephone.
  • Page 432: Figure 5-65 Ribbon Cable Installed

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Guide Projection Guide (One Each Side) Figure 5-65 Ribbon Cable Installed Align the projections on the bottom of the 8LKD (LD)-L UNIT with the guide holes on top of the multiline terminal. Slide the 8LKD (LD)-L UNIT toward the keypad...
  • Page 433: Figure 5-67 Install Screw

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Holding the LCD in place, turn the multiline terminal button side down. Install the screw (refer to Figure 5-67 Install Screw). Screw Side Panel Figure 5-67 Install Screw Attach the side panel to the side of the 8LKD (LD)-L...
  • Page 434: Figure 5-68 8Lki (Ld)-L Unit

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 5-68 8LKI (LD)-L UNIT 5.2.3.1 Installing the 8LKI (LD)-L UNIT To prevent possible damage to the 8LKI (LD)-L UNIT or the ITL multiline terminal during installation or removal, disconnect the line cord/LAN cable and the AC/DC adapter from the ITL multiline terminal.
  • Page 435: Figure 5-70 Ribbon Cable Connector

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Remove the screw (refer to Figure 5-69 Remove Side Panel from Multiline Terminal on page 5-64). Carefully, return the multiline terminal to the buttons side up. Remove the Softkeys and Line Key kit from the telephone.
  • Page 436: Figure 5-71 Ribbon Cable Installed

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Guide Projection Guide (One Each Side) Figure 5-71 Ribbon Cable Installed Align the projections on the bottom of the 8LKI (LD)-L UNIT with the guide holes on top of the multiline terminal (refer to Figure 5-71 Ribbon Cable Installed).
  • Page 437: Figure 5-73 Install Screw

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Holding the LCD in place, turn the multiline terminal button side down. Install screw (refer to Figure 5-73 Install Screw). Screw Side Panel Figure 5-73 Install Screw Attach the side panel to the side of the 8LKI (LD)-L...
  • Page 438 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Keep the following in mind when installing DSS Consoles: A 60-Button DSS Console requires a separate digital station port  when pairing with a digital multiline terminal. For IP terminals, the console is connected to the side option slot using a special cable.
  • Page 439: Figure 5-75 Remove Side Panel From Multiline Terminal

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Pry the side panel from the multiline terminal. Side Panel Figure 5-75 Remove Side Panel from Multiline Terminal Turn the multiline terminal button side up. Fit the projections of the supplied bracket into the side of the multiline terminal.
  • Page 440: Figure 5-77 Press Serial Cable Into Groove

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Carefully push the Serial cable into the Serial Cable Groove (ITL, DT700 only). Figure 5-77 Press Serial Cable into Groove Using the guides, slide the DCL-60-1 CONSOLE onto the installed bracket (refer to Figure 5-77 Press Serial Cable into Groove).
  • Page 441: Figure 5-79 Serial Cable Installed

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Open the small door covering the side option connectors by pulling the cover latch toward you (refer to Figure 5-79 Serial Cable Installed, ITL, DT700 only). Connect the cable from the DCL-60-1 CONSOLE to the Side Option Connector on the multiline terminal and close the cover (ITL, DT700 only).
  • Page 442: Figure 5-80 Connect Ac Adapter Cable

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 5-80 Connect AC Adapter Cable Complete the installation by reattaching both plastic panels to the front of the multiline terminal. Figure 5-81 DCL-60-1 CONSOLE Installed 5 - 72 Installing DT300/DT700 Series (DTL/ITL) Digital and IP Multiline Terminals...
  • Page 443: Figure 5-82 Lcd (Bl)-L Unit

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 5.2.5 LCD (BL)-L (BK) UNIT/LCD (BL)-L (WH) UNIT The LCD (BL)-L UNIT is an optional LCD unit for modular terminals and supports the backlit LCD feature (DT300 Series only). Figure 5-82 LCD (BL)-L UNIT 5.2.6 PANEL( )-L UNIT Optional plastic color side panels allow users to customize the ITL/ DTL terminals.
  • Page 444: Figure 5-84 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (Wm-L Unit)

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 5.2.7 WM-L UNIT The WM-L UNIT (Wall Mount Unit) is used to attach any DT300/ DT700 Series multiline terminal to the wall. This unit connects to the bottom of the telephone. When optional adapters are used, the multiline terminal must be installed on the wall using the WM-L UNIT.
  • Page 445: Figure 5-85 Attach Wm-L Unit Using Screws

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 5-85 Attach WM-L UNIT Using Screws Plug one end of the line cord into the wall receptacle. Leave about eight inches of cord and bundle the rest. Plug the opposite end of the line cord into the...
  • Page 446: Figure 5-87 Cutouts For Wm-L Unit

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Align the four cutouts on the bottom of the multiline terminal (refer to Figure 5-87 Cutouts for WM-L UNIT) with the tabs on the WM-L UNIT (refer to Figure 5-88 WM-L UNIT Tabs). Figure 5-87 Cutouts for WM-L UNIT...
  • Page 447: Figure 5-89 Wm-L Unit Installed

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Push down until the multiline terminal snaps into place (refer to Figure 5-89 WM-L UNIT Installed). Figure 5-89 WM-L UNIT Installed To release the multiline terminal from the WM-L UNIT, press the release button and push the...
  • Page 448: Figure 5-91 Attach Wm-L Unit To Wall Plate

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 5.2.7.2 Mount Multiline Terminal on Wall Plate using WM-L UNIT Locate the screw holes on the base and hang the cover over the screws on the wall plate as illustrated Figure 5-91 Attach WM-L UNIT to Wall Plate.
  • Page 449: Figure 5-93 Cutouts For Wm-L Unit

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Align the four cutouts on the bottom of the multiline terminal (refer to Figure 5-93 Cutouts for WM-L UNIT) with the tabs on the WM-L UNIT (refer to Figure 5-94 WM-L UNIT Tabs). Figure 5-93 Cutouts for WM-L UNIT...
  • Page 450: Figure 5-95 Wm-L Unit Installed

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Push down until the multiline terminal snaps into place (refer to Figure 5-95 WM-L UNIT Installed). Figure 5-95 WM-L UNIT Installed To remove the WM-L UNIT from the wall panel, push up on the telephone until it comes loose (refer Figure 5-96 Removing the Multiline Terminal).
  • Page 451: Figure 5-97 Wm-L Unit Release Button

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 To separate the multiline terminal from the WM-L UNIT, press the release button and slide the multiline terminal up (refer to Figure 5-97 WM-L UNIT Release Button). Figure 5-97 WM-L UNIT Release Button System Hardware Manual...
  • Page 452: Figure 5-98 Wall Mount Spacing Guide (Dss Wm-L Unit)

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 5.2.8 DSS WM-L UNIT The DSS WM-L UNIT (Wall Mount Unit) is used to attach the DCL-60-1 CONSOLE to the wall. This unit connects to the bottom of the terminal. 5.2.8.1 Mount DCL-60-1 CONSOLE on Wall using DSS WM-L...
  • Page 453: Figure 5-99 Attach Dss Wm-L Unit Using Screws

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Attach the DSS WM-L UNIT to the wall using six screws or, using two wall mounted screws (refer to Figure 5-99 Attach DSS WM-L UNIT Using Screws). Figure 5-99 Attach DSS WM-L UNIT Using Screws 5.2.8.2...
  • Page 454: Figure 5-101 Plug Cable Into Wall

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Plug one end of the line cord into the wall receptacle. Leave about eight inches of cord and bundle the rest. Figure 5-101 Plug Cable into Wall Plug the opposite end of the line cord into the...
  • Page 455: Figure 5-103 Itl / Dtl Ptm Handset

    Using the PTM handset on an NEC digital or IP terminal prevents eavesdropping and eliminates the worry that privileged information could be transmitted without user authority. These handsets are also an ideal solution to filter unwanted audio transmissions from environments with ambient background noise.
  • Page 456: Figure 5-104 Itl / Dtl Ptt Handset

    Figure 5-104 ITL / DTL PTT Handset UTR-1-1 USB Handset The NEC USB telephone can be plugged directly into a PC USB port, enabling the high quality voice input and output abilities of a standard desktop telephone. By connecting it to the USB port of a computer, calls can immediately be made and received using a SoftPhone without installation of additional software drivers.
  • Page 457: Figure 5-106 Installing The Utr-1-1 Usb Handset To A Pc

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 6.3.2 USB Connection Plug a USB cable (type A connector) into the back of the cradle. Plug the USB cable (type B connector) in the USB port of a PC. Figure 5-106 Installing the UTR-1-1 USB Handset to a PC 6.3.3...
  • Page 458: Figure 5-108 Installing Slt Adapter

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 INGLE ELEPHONE ECTION Installing the SLT Adapter The Single Line Telephone adapter provides an interface for Single Line Telephones and other similar devices from an ESI channel. This adapter can be connected to any ESI port.
  • Page 459: Figure 5-109 Connecting The Slt Adapter

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Modular Terminal Modular Terminal SLTII(1)-U( ) ADP To ESIU Base Base CD-8DLCA or Cord Cord ESI Port ESI Port CD-16DLCA Modular Terminal Connections Modular Terminal Connections ESIU Port ESIU Single Line Telephone Connections Figure 5-109 Connecting the SLT Adapter Wall-Mounting the SLT Adapter Unplug the two line cords from the SLT Adapter.
  • Page 460: Figure 5-111 Attaching The Unit

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Using the two screws provided with the SLT Adapter, attach the back cover to the desired location. Figure 5-111 Attaching the Unit Replace the front cover and the two screws removed in Step 2. Plug the two modular line cords back into the SLT Adapter which were removed in Step 1.
  • Page 461 Installing SV8100 Cordless Telephones ENERAL ESCRIPTION ECTION This chapter provides information regarding cordless telephones that can be used with the UNIVERGE SV8100 system. Chapter CT-12 H EADSET ORDLESS ELEPHONE ECTION The CT-12 is a 2.4GHz cordless headset which connects to an analog port or an analog telephone line as a stand-alone unit or to an analog port adapter (APR, P/N 0890056).
  • Page 462: Selecting An Installation Location

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 The number of units which can be used on the system is greatly affected by the environment. The closer or smaller the area, the smaller the number of units can be used. Start with three or less. If there are no conflicts between the telephones, you can try adding additional units (up to five is the recommended maximum).
  • Page 463: Figure 6-2 Connecting The D Term Headset Cordless Base Unit To The Adapter

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0  Be sure that the base antenna can be fully extended.  The base can be placed on a desk or tabletop or mounted on a standard telephone wall plate. Charge your new telephone for 15~20 hours before completing the installation or using the handset.
  • Page 464 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Connect the telephone line cord to the TEL LINE jack and the other end to the AP(R)-L Unit. Refer to paragraph 12.4 APR-L UNIT on page 9-77 for detailed instructions for installing the AP(R)-L Unit. This unit can also be connected using an SLI(4)/(8)-U( ) ETU.
  • Page 465: Selecting An Installation Location

    120 Vac outlet and within reach of the telephone line connection on the UNIVERGE SV8100 multiline terminal. Keep the base unit and the handset away from sources of electrical noise (e.g.
  • Page 466: Applying Power To The Base Unit

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 term To connect the D Cordless Terminal to the host telephone: Unplug the telephone line cord from the host telephone, and connect it to the LINE IN jack. term Using the telephone line cord supplied with the D Cordless Terminal, connect the LINE OUT jack to the host telephone jack.
  • Page 467: Selecting A Location

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 term ® II T (DTH-4R-1) ORDLESS ERMINAL ECTION This cordless terminal achieves a maximum range of 50~150 feet for transmitting and receiving in accordance with the highest specifications set by the FCC and IC Part 15.
  • Page 468: Figure 6-6 D Term Cordless Lite Ii Controls And Indicators

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Headset Jack Conference (CONF) Key LCD Message Display 10. Transfer (TRANSFER) Hold (HOLD) Key Channel (CH) Key Talk (TALK) Key 12. Redial (REDIAL) or Desk/Cordless Softkey Switch Key Numeric Keypad 13. F3 14. F4 15. Ringer/Volume (Ring/Vol) Microphone 16.
  • Page 469 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 21 22 23 17. Line Out 21. Power 18. Line In 22. Desk LED 19. Cordless 23. Desk 20. Cordless LED term Figure 6-62 D Cordless Lite II Controls and Indicators (Continued) System Hardware Manual 6 - 9...
  • Page 470: Figure 6-7 Connecting Base Unit To The Telephone Jack

    Connect the cord from the telephone jack to the Base Unit LINE IN jack. Line in From Telephone Jack Figure 6-7 Connecting Base Unit to the Telephone Jack Connect a qualified NEC digital multiline terminal to the LINE OUT jack. 6 - 10 Installing SV8100 Cordless Telephones...
  • Page 471: Figure 6-8 Connecting The Base Unit To The Multiline Terminal

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Line Out term Series E or Series i Multiline Terminal Figure 6-8 Connecting the Base Unit to the Multiline Terminal Applying Power to the Charging Unit The unique design of the telephone allows the user to place the handset in the charging unit with or without the belt clip attached.
  • Page 472: Figure 6-10 Polarized Plug

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 The AC adapter furnished with this telephone may be equipped with a polarized line plug (one blade is wider than the other). This plug fits in the power outlet only one way. Refer to Figure 6-10 Polarized Plug.
  • Page 473: Figure 6-11 Attaching The Wall Mount Stand To The Base Unit

    Figure 6-12 Placing the AC Adapter Cord In the Wall Mount Stand Plug one end of the short telephone cord (locally supplied) in the LINE IN jack on the base unit. Plug one end of the NEC digital multiline terminal in the LINE OUT jack. Place the telephone cords inside the molded channels on the bottom of the wall mount stand.
  • Page 474: Figure 6-13 Placing The Base Unit On The Posts Of The Wall Plate

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Plug the other end of the short telephone cord in the modular wall jack in the center of the wall plate. Place the base unit on the posts of the wall plate and push down until it is firmly seated.
  • Page 475: Figure 6-15 Inserting Screws Into The Wall For Wall Mounting The Telephone

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Direct Wall Mounting When a standard wall plate is not available, mount the telephone directly on the wall. Before mounting the telephone, consider the following:  Select a location away from electrical cables, pipes, or other items behind the mounting location that could cause a hazard when inserting screws into the wall.
  • Page 476: Figure 6-16 Placing The Telephone Cords In The Wall Mount Stand

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 6-16 Placing the Telephone Cords in the Wall Mount Stand Place the base unit on the posts of the wall screws and push down until it is firmly seated. Figure 6-17 Attaching the Wall Mount Unit to the Wall Plug the other end of the short telephone cord in a telephone wall jack.
  • Page 477: Figure 6-18 Inserting Screws For Wall Mounting

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Charging Unit Wall Mounting The charging unit can be wall mounted. Before installing, consider the following:  Select a location away from electrical cables, pipes, or items behind the mounting location that could cause a hazard when inserting screws.
  • Page 478: Figure 6-20 Attaching The Belt Clip To The Handset

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Plug the AC adapter in a standard 120V AC wall outlet. Attaching and Removing the Belt Clip A belt clip can be used to attach the handset to a belt or pocket for convenient portability. Slide the clip in the tab slots. Press firmly until it snaps into place. The belt clip fits snugly on the handset.
  • Page 479: Figure 6-22 Removing The Battery Cover

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 4.10 Installing the Handset Battery Pack Before installing batteries, refer to Regulatory on page R-1. Follow safety regulations when handling batteries. To remove the battery cover, press the latch and slide the cover down and off the handset.
  • Page 480: Figure 6-24 Replacing The Battery Cover

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Replace the cover and slide it forward until it latches. Figure 6-24 Replacing the Battery Cover 4.11 Charging the Handset Battery Pack term The rechargeable battery pack must be fully charged before using the D Cordless Lite II handset for the first time.
  • Page 481: Table 6-1 Low Battery

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 4.14 Standby Mode The handset display turns on the battery low icon. All LEDs are turned off and LCD messages are cleared. A battery low alert tone is emitted every 15 seconds and lasts for three minutes.
  • Page 482: Figure 6-25 Cleaning Battery Charge Contacts

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 4.16 Cleaning the Battery Charge Contacts To maintain a good charge, clean all charging contacts on the handset and charging unit about once a month. Use a pencil eraser or other contact cleaner. Do not use liquids or solvents.
  • Page 483: Selecting An Installation Location

    NALOG ORDLESS ECTION term The UNIVERGE SV8100 supports the D Analog Cordless II telephone. The DTR-1R-2 is a 5.8Ghz digitally expandable cordless telephone that places a fully featured cordless handset anywhere in your home or office where AC power is available to connect the handset chargers.
  • Page 484: Figure 6-27 Opening The Dtr-1R-2 Battery Cover

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 6-27 Opening the DTR-1R-2 Battery Cover Installing the Rechargeable Battery Pack into the Handset The handset is powered by a rechargeable battery pack. The battery recharges automatically when the handset is placed in the base unit. To...
  • Page 485: Figure 6-29 Install The Battery

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Turn the battery pack so the connector with the red and black wires is near the jack inside the battery compartment. Match the connector wire colors to the polarity label in the battery compartment (the connector notches fit in the grooves of the jack only one way).
  • Page 486: Figure 6-5 Connecting The Base Unit

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Use only the NEC rechargeable battery pack  supplied with your cordless telephone. Replacement battery packs are available also.  Contact your NEC Representative. Connecting the Base Unit Connect the AC adapter to the DC IN 9V jack and to a standard 120V AC wall outlet.
  • Page 487: Figure 6-32 Install The Wall Mount Adapter

    6-31 Connect the Base Unit on page 6-26.  If your telephone outlet is not modular, contact your NEC Representative for assistance. Mount the Base Unit on a Standard Wall Plate This telephone can be installed on any standard wall plate.
  • Page 488: Figure 6-33 Standard Wall Plate Mounting

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Slide the wall mount adapter into the notches on the base. Refer to Figure 6-32 Install the Wall Mount Adapter on page 6-27. Plug the AC adapter into a standard 120V AC wall outlet. Hook the cord on the notch of the wall mount adapter.
  • Page 489: Figure 6-34 Install The Mounting Screws

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0  Make sure the wall material can support the weight of the base and handset. Use #10 screws (minimum length of 1 & 3/8 inches) with anchoring devices  suitable for the wall material where the base unit will be placed.
  • Page 490 ® DECT (DTL-8R-1) ORDLESS ECTION DTL-8R-1 is a cordless telephone that is adapted for digital NEC PBX (Private Branch Exchange. It is designed for use in the office environment. term ® Figure 6-36 D Cordless DECT (DTL-8R-1) A Handset and wired phone cannot be used at the same time.
  • Page 491: Figure 6-37 System Overview

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 6-37 System Overview Selecting a Location term Select a location for the D Cordless DECT to avoid excessive heat or term humidity. The base unit of the D Cordless DECT can be placed on a desk or tabletop near a standard 120V AC outlet and telephone line jack.
  • Page 492: Figure 6-38 Connecting Telephone Cords To The Telephone Jack

    Connect the cord from the telephone jack to the Line In on the D Cordless DECT. Figure 6-38 Connecting Telephone Cords to the Telephone Jack term Connect a qualified NEC digital multiline terminal to the D Cordless DECT. 6 - 32...
  • Page 493: Figure 6-40 Applying Power To The Charging Unit

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Line "OUT" To DTH, DTR and DTL Multiline Terminals term Figure 6-39 Connecting the D Cordless DECT to the Multiline Terminal Applying Power to the Charging Unit The unique design of the telephone allows the user to place the handset in the charging unit with or without the belt clip attached.
  • Page 494: Figure 6-41 Polarized Plug

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Use only the supplied AC adapter for the charging unit. The AC adapter furnished with this telephone usually has a polarized line plug with one blade wider than the other. This plug fits in the power outlet only one way.
  • Page 495: Figure 6-42 Attaching The Wall Mount Stand To The Base Unit

    Figure 6-43 Placing the AC Adapter Cord Inside the Wall Mount Stand Plug one end of the short telephone cord (locally supplied) in the LINE jack on the base unit. Plug one end of the NEC digital multiline terminal into the PHONE jack. Place the telephone cords inside the molded channels on the bottom of the wall mount stand.
  • Page 496: Figure 6-44 Placing The Base Unit On The Posts Of The Wall Plate

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Plug the other end of the short telephone cord into the modular wall jack in the center of the wall plate. Place the base unit on the posts of the wall plate and push down until it is firmly seated.
  • Page 497: Figure 6-46 Inserting Screws Into The Wall For Wall Mounting The Telephone

    Plug the AC adapter into the base unit. Plug one end of the short telephone cord into the LINE jack on the base unit. Then plug one end of an NEC multiline terminal into the PHONE jack. Place the telephone cords inside the molded channels on the bottom of the wall mount stand.
  • Page 498: Figure 6-47 Placing The Telephone Cords Inside The Wall Mount Stand

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 6-47 Placing the Telephone Cords Inside the Wall Mount Stand Place the base unit on the posts of the wall screws and push down until it is firmly seated. Figure 6-48 Attaching the Wall Mount Unit to the Wall Plug the other end of the short telephone cord into a telephone wall jack.
  • Page 499: Figure 6-49 Inserting Screws For Wall Mounting

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Wall Mounting the Charging Unit The charging unit can be wall mounted as well. Before mounting the charging unit, consider the following:  Select a location away from electrical cables, pipes, or other items behind the mounting location that could cause a hazard when inserting screws into the wall.
  • Page 500: Figure 6-51 Placing The Charging Unit On The Wall

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Place the charging unit on the posts of the wall screws and push down until it is firmly seated. Figure 6-51 Placing the Charging Unit on the Wall Plug the AC adapter into a standard 120 Vac wall outlet. Refer to...
  • Page 501: Figure 6-53 Removing The Belt Clip

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 To remove the clip, press the retaining clip in toward the belt clip blade and slide the clip up at the same time. Figure 6-53 Removing the Belt Clip Installing the Handset Battery Pack term ®...
  • Page 502: Figure 6-55 Replacing The Battery Pack

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Slide the battery pack down into the handset.  It may be necessary to remove the old battery at this time. Figure 6-55 Replacing the Battery Pack Replace the cover and slide it up until it latches onto the handset.
  • Page 503 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 term ® DTL-RPT-1 ORDLESS EPEATER ECTION The UDR100 repeater lets you extend the coverage area of your cordless DECT telephone system in all directions. term ® Figure 6-57 D Cordless Repeater DTL-RPT-1 System Hardware Manual 6 - 43...
  • Page 504: Figure 6-58 Single Repeater Attached To Base

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 If the repeaters are installed so their coverage area overlaps the coverage area of the base, the base can hand-off calls to the repeaters as the user moves from one coverage area to another. When connected to the repeater, the mobile handset...
  • Page 505: Figure 6-59 Six Repeaters Attached To Base

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 6-59 Six Repeaters Attached to Base In addition, the UDR100 supports a sequential or "daisy-chain" layout to extend coverage in a single direction. Up to three repeaters can be installed in sequence: Figure 6-60 Daisy-Chain Layout ...
  • Page 506: Setting Up Your Repeater

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Setting Up Your Repeater Before installing the repeater, you must activate the repeater mode on your base and then register the repeater to the base and any handsets. Before you start the registration process, be sure you have: ...
  • Page 507: Manual Registration

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 7.1.3 Manual Registration If you are registering more than one repeater to the same base, you must use the manual registration procedure. Connect the repeater to power for 1~5 seconds and then disconnect it. Reconnect the power to the repeater. The LED on the repeater flashes slowly, indicating the repeater is in registration mode.
  • Page 508: Installing The Repeater

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 7.1.4 Registration for a Daisy-Chain Layout Registering the repeaters to operate in a daisy-chain or sequential layout requires network administrator access and configuration software. Contact your installer or refer to the DTL-RPT-1 Administrator's Guide (provided with the configuration software) for more information.
  • Page 509: Figure 6-61 Base Coverage Area

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 7.2.2 Map the Base Coverage Area To find the best location for the repeater, you need to determine the base coverage area. Stand near the base and make a call. Walk away from the base with the handset, and make a note where the signal becomes weaker.
  • Page 510: Figure 6-62 Incorrect Installation

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 7.2.4 Installing the Repeater Be sure the wall material can hold the weight of the repeater. Never install a repeater in damaged or decaying wall material. Hold the repeater in its final location, and mark the center of the top edge.
  • Page 511: Figure 6-63 Base Coverage Area

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 6-62 Incorrect Installation 7.2.5.2 Correct Installation Figure 6-63 Base Coverage Area illustrates repeaters that are correctly installed. Figure 6-63 Base Coverage Area System Hardware Manual 6 - 51...
  • Page 512: Figure 6-64 Daisy-Chain Layout

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 7.2.5.3 Daisy-Chain Installation You can combine normal and daisy-chain connections to create a wide variety of coverage configurations, as long as you have no more than six repeaters per base unit. Figure 6-64 Daisy-Chain Layout Troubleshooting Chart term ®...
  • Page 513: Table 6-2 Firmware Compatibility Matrix

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 LUETOOTH ORDLESS ANDSET ECTION Bluetooth Cordless Handset (BCH) Interface This optional interface allows the multiline terminal user to use Bluetooth technology to provide a cordless handset. This handset provides:  Keyset-like Handset Eight Line Buttons ...
  • Page 514: Table 6-3 Bch Charging Leds

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 When charging the BCH, the following LEDs provide indications of the status: Table 6-3 BCH Charging LEDs On-Hook Charging: Red = Charging Green = Charging Complete Off-Hook (Idle): No LED = Idle Flashing Red = Incoming Call The BCH retains call histories for up to 10 outgoing and 10 incoming calls.
  • Page 515: Figure 6-65 Bluetooth Cradle Controls And Indicators

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Controls and Indicators Controls and indicators can be found in Figure 6-65 Bluetooth Cradle Controls and Indicators Figure 6-66 Bluetooth Handset Controls and Indicators on page 6-56. Figure 6-65 Bluetooth Cradle Controls and Indicators System Hardware Manual...
  • Page 516: Figure 6-66 Bluetooth Handset Controls And Indicators

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 6-66 Bluetooth Handset Controls and Indicators 6 - 56 Installing SV8100 Cordless Telephones...
  • Page 517: Installing The Bluetooth Cordless Handset

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Installing the Bluetooth Cordless Handset The BCH-L (BK) UNIT is an optional device that transforms the standard multifunctional telephone into a cordless terminal. This section explains how to transform the standard hand-set into a BCH-L (BK) UNIT. The BCH-L (BK) UNIT cannot be connected to the DTL-2E-1 or DTL-6DE-1 telephones.
  • Page 518: Figure 6-68 Remove Legs From Multiline Terminal

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 6-68 Remove Legs From Multiline Terminal Remove the side panel. Disconnect serial connection cord from terminal body. Leave cord connected to the cradle unit. Push the latch to the right to unlock the cradle unit. Then push...
  • Page 519: Figure 6-70 Attach Bluetooth Cradle To The Multiline Terminal

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Insert the cradle connecting cable of the Bluetooth Cradle (BTC) into the unit connector. Figure 6-70 Attach Bluetooth Cradle to the Multiline Terminal Fit the projections on the side of the Bluetooth Cradle into the guide holes on the side of the terminal and pull toward you...
  • Page 520: Figure 6-72 Removing The Connector Cover

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Remove the connector cover (rubber) from the bottom of the multiline terminal. Figure 6-72 Removing the Connector Cover Insert the lower claws of the Bottom Unit (see Figure 6-73 Installing the Bottom Unit) into precut holes on the multiline terminal.
  • Page 521: Figure 6-74 Stowing The Bottom Unit Cable

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Push the latch to release the cover (see Figure 6-74 Stowing the Bottom Unit Cable). Stow the extra bottom unit connecting cable and close the cover. Figure 6-74 Stowing the Bottom Unit Cable Cut or trim the supplied coupled device for the tilt legs handset option.
  • Page 522: Figure 6-76 Bluetooth Handset Installed

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Reinstall the legs, pushing upwards until both locks snap into place. Set tilt legs to desired position. Place the multiline terminal with the numbered keypad up. Connect the Line cord and the AC adapter. Place the Bluetooth handset in the cradle.
  • Page 523: Figure 6-77 Wall Mount Spacing Guide Bch-L (Bk) Unit

    8.4.2 Wall Mounting the Bluetooth Cradle To prevent possible damage to the BCH-L (BK) UNIT due to falling, NEC recommends installing the unit in a firm position so it cannot fall because of its own weight. Clearances required for installing the Bluetooth cradle are shown below.
  • Page 524: Figure 6-78 Installing Wood Screws

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 6-78 Installing Wood Screws Remove the Bluetooth hanger from the cradle.  With a screwdriver, pry from the bottom, and lift the handset hanger from the cradle. Rotate the hanger top to bottom. Slide it downward in the hollow until it clicks into position.
  • Page 525: Figure 6-80 Separate Tilt Leg From Leg Support

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Turn multiline terminal upside down. Lower the tilt leg to the first position (refer to Figure 6-67 Separate Tilt Leg from Leg Support). Stoppers Tilt Leg Figure 6-80 Separate Tilt Leg from Leg Support Hook the wall mount holes (C and D) on the back of the terminal on wood screws (c and d) installed.
  • Page 526: Figure 6-82 Removing Battery Cover From Handset

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 8.4.3 Remove and Replace Handset Battery The battery loaded in the Bluetooth handset has a useful life of about two years, depending on how the handset is used. If the battery voltage diminishes quickly after the battery has been charged for a long time, replace with a new Li-ion battery.
  • Page 527: Figure 6-84 Separate Tilt Leg From Leg Support

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 LUETOOTH DAPTER ECTION Bluetooth Hub Adapter (BHA) Features The BHA-L UNIT adapter connects a Bluetooth device to a multiline terminal. The BHA-L UNIT cannot be connected to the DTL-2E-1 or DTL-6DE-1 telephone. 9.1.1 Installing the BHA-L UNIT...
  • Page 528: Figure 6-85 Removing The Connector Cover

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 6-85 Removing the Connector Cover Insert the lower claws of the Bottom Unit (see Figure 6-86 Installing the BHA-L UNIT) into precut holes on the multiline terminal. Figure 6-86 Installing the BHA-L UNIT Align connector on inside of BHA-L UNIT and push down until unit snaps into place.
  • Page 529: Figure 6-87 Entering A Pin Code

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 9.1.2 Pairing a Bluetooth Device and Multiline Terminal (Bluetooth Installed) Access the Bluetooth screen from a multiline terminal menu and register the Bluetooth headset with the BHA-L UNIT. 9.1.2.1 Accessing the Bluetooth Device Setup Screen From the multiline terminal, access the setup screen...
  • Page 530: Figure 6-89 Connecting The Paired Device

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 9.1.2.4 Connecting the Paired Device Enable the Bluetooth device. Select [2 Enable] in the Connect screen. After pairing a Bluetooth device, be sure to configure its connection to enable it. If settings are not completed, the Bluetooth device that does the pairing cannot be used.
  • Page 531: Figure 6-92 Setting Bluetooth Information

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 9.1.2.7 BT Information You can view the following information about the BHA-L UNIT: Firmware and hardware versions.  Bluetooth module information and standard.  Installed profile versions.  Device address and name.  Figure 6-92 Setting Bluetooth Information...
  • Page 532: Figure 6-93 D Term Usb Wireless Headset (Cs50-Usb)

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 PTIONAL EADSETS ECTION term ® 10.1 USB Wireless Headset This headset supports WebDial 2.1.4.0 or higher, Softphone 310 and SP30 Softphone version 9 or higher with digital encryption, TIA810a compliance, and a noise-canceling microphone for secure, clear, and quiet conversations.
  • Page 533 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 10.1.3 Charging the Headset Battery To charge the headset battery, place it in the docking cradle. During charging, the charge indicator is On. When charging is complete the indicator goes Off. The headset must be charged for a minimum of one hour before use –...
  • Page 534 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 term ® 10.2 Headset Cordless II Terminal The DTR-1C-2 (CS50 Wireless Office Headset System) combines ultimate mobility with excellent sound quality for hands-free conversation. Refer to term Figure 6-94 D Headset Cordless Listening Volume/Mute Headset Talk Button...
  • Page 535 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 10.2.1 Connecting the Switch Connection requires installing an AP(R)-L analog adapter (not supplied with this unit) on the multiline terminal. Connect the AC power adapter to the AC Power Adapter Jack (indicated by a 9V icon) on the bottom of the Base, and plug the adapter into a power source.
  • Page 536 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Locate the configuration Dial, and rotate it to another of the four positions until a dial tone is heard.  Align the number with the seam line on the right side. 10.2.4 Adjusting the Volume Listening Volume Adjust listening volume using Listening Volume/Mute control on the headset speaker end.
  • Page 537: Headsets Used With D

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Switch from Handset to Headset When you are using the handset during a call and want to switch to the headset: Press the headset Talk Button, and the headset can be used. Place the telephone handset on the multiline terminal.
  • Page 538: Figure 6-95 Cordless Headset (Mx250)

    10.3.2 NEC D Cordless Phone Headset (M175) The NEC M175 mobile headset offers hands-free convenience anywhere you go. Its convertible design can be worn with a headband or earloop on either ear, depending on whether you want greater stability or convenient small size. The pivoting noise-canceling microphone keeps your voice crystal clear, even in noisy environments.
  • Page 539: Figure 6-97 Nec Polaris Supraplus

    Supra Series Monaural or Binaural headsets are super stable and perfect for phone-intensive jobs. They have an adjustable headband so they can be worn all day. The Binaural model allows you to hear conversations in extra noisy environments. Figure 6-97 NEC Polaris Supraplus term ® 10.3.4 NEC D NEC P ®...
  • Page 540: Figure 6-99 Nec Polaris Tristar

    The three point design ensures that it is comfortable and stable on the ear. It is very lightweight and can also fit most eyeglass wearers. Figure 6-99 NEC Polaris TriStar term ® 10.3.6 NEC D NEC Polaris Encore ®...
  • Page 541  Due to the environment where the telephones or headsets are located, ambient noise may affect performance. Please contact NEC for the recommended headset to use with VoIP applications. System Hardware Manual 6 - 81...
  • Page 542 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK 6 - 82 Installing SV8100 Cordless Telephones...
  • Page 543: Installing Sv8100 Wireless Telephones

    ECTION The SIP Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication (DECT) is a stand-alone system that is connected to the NEC Telephone System via a TCP/IP connection using Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). This means that in the NEC Telephone System, the DECT extensions must be assigned as SIP extensions.
  • Page 544: Figure 7-1 Sip Dect System Configuration

    Figure 7-1 SIP DECT System Configuration Installation The hardware installation consists of the following steps: Determine the number of DAPs that need to be installed and where they should be located. Refer to NEC SIP DECT Solutions Technician’s Guide, DAP Planning as a guideline.
  • Page 545: Figure 7-2 C124 Wireless Handset

    Check that the lamp on the IP Switch indicates that the connection is established. (For UNIVERGE SV8100 only) Connect a network cable between the CD-(X)ILPA and the IP Switch. The next step is setting up your IP Addressing structure. Refer to the NEC SIP DECT Solutions Technician’s Guide, IP Addressing.
  • Page 546: Figure 7-3 C124 Display Screen

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 2.2.1.1 Display Arrangement Extra display line for dialed digits, calling number, etc. Figure 7-3 C124 Display Screen 7 - 4 Installing SV8100 Wireless Telephones...
  • Page 547: Table 7-1 C124 Handset Keypad Buttons

    Press and hold to insert Enter DTMF #. Press and hold to insert pause. pause in phonebook entries. For more detailed information, refer to the NEC SIP DECT, NEC C124 DECT Handset User Guide. System Hardware Manual 7 - 5...
  • Page 548: Figure 7-4 G955 Wireless Handset

    UNIVERGE SV8100 2.2.2 SIP DECT G955 The NEC Philips Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) G955 Handset is a cordless telephone with enhanced features suitable for office use. The handsets include a single-press SOS key used to make one-touch calls or send messages to a particular contact number.
  • Page 549: Figure 7-5 G955 Display Screen

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 2.2.2.1 Display Screen Figure 7-5 G955 Display Screen Table 7-2 Icon Line Icons Icon Description Level of radio signal Bluetooth connection status (only for G955 DECT Handset) For Bluetooth connection status icons, refer to Table 7-3...
  • Page 550: Table 7-3 Bluetooth Headset Status Icons

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 7-2 Icon Line Icons (Continued) Icon Description Missed calls Ringer deactivated Caller filter (only for G955 DECT Handset) If active, this icon replaces the Ringer deactivated icon Battery charge status For battery status, refer to...
  • Page 551: Figure 7-6 G955 Handset Controls

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 7-4 Battery Charge Status Icons (Continued) Icon Description Less than 33% More than 33% and less than 75% More than 75% Figure 7-6 G955 Handset Controls For more detailed information, refer to the G955 Handset Owner’s Manual.
  • Page 552: Figure 7-7 Mh240 Wireless Ip Telephone Layout

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 MH240 W IP T IRELESS ELEPHONE ECTION The MH240 is an 8-multi-function keys wireless VoIP terminal that complies with IEEE 802.11b/g specifications. The MH240 has the following features: Call History  Directory  Password Lock ...
  • Page 553: Figure 7-8 Remove Mh240 Battery Cover

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Install the Battery Installation of the battery consists of the following steps: Remove the battery cover from the back of the telephone. Figure 7-8 Remove MH240 Battery Cover Place the battery into the unit so that the label faces toward you (up).
  • Page 554: Figure 7-11 Mh240 Charging Cradle

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Charge the battery The telephone can be charged by using the supplied cradle or, by connecting the AC adapter directly to the MH240 as noted below.  A battery can be fully charged in approximately four hours.
  • Page 555: Figure 7-12 Charging The Mh240 Using An Ac Adapter

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 The LED on the cradle lights red to indicate the battery is being charged. When the battery is not being charged the Info LED turns off. The LED on the cradle lights green when the spare battery is fully charged.
  • Page 556: Figure 7-13 Mh240 Button Kit

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Operation Refer to Figure 7-13 MH240 Button Kit Table 7-5 MH240 Button Kit Functions for a brief explanation of the functions available. Figure 7-13 MH240 Button Kit Table 7-5 MH240 Button Kit Functions Button Name Detail...
  • Page 557 Conferencing solutions provide premium, full-duplex audio to small conference rooms as a single unit or to larger rooms when expanded by up to three units that also expand microphone access and loudspeaker Chapter coverage. NEC C ™ ONFERENCE ECTION Description...
  • Page 558: Figure 8-1 Nec Conference Max

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ™ Figure 8-1 NEC Conference Max Installation Connect the provided 25 foot Cat. 5 cable between the LINK OUT jack of the base unit and the LINK IN jack of the conferencing pod. Connect the provided RJ-11 cable between the base unit and the telephone jack.
  • Page 559: Table 8-1 Conference Max Keypad Functions

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Keypad Functions Refer to Table 8-1 Conference Max Keypad Functions. Table 8-1 Conference Max Keypad Functions Function ON/OFF key Press to activate the telephone and access dial tone. (telephone icon) Press again to hang up and return to standby mode.
  • Page 560 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 8-2 Conference Max Programming Options (Continued) Menu Option Programming Flash Press REDIAL. The current duration flashes. Press 1~5 Duration to select duration as follows: 1 = 600 ms 2 = 300 ms 3 = 150 ms...
  • Page 561: Figure 8-2 Nec Conference Max Plus

    (7.2 Volts, 2200mAh) that allows 12 hours of continuous talk time. A Base Unit that is connected to a power source and analog telephone service is required for operation of the conferencing pods. Figure 8-2 NEC Conference Max Plus System Hardware Manual 8 - 5...
  • Page 562: Table 8-3 Conference Max Plus Keypad Functions

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Installing the Base Unit To install the base unit: Connect the provided RJ-11 cable between the Base Unit and the telephone jack. Connect the power cord to the Base Unit and plug it in an electrical outlet.
  • Page 563: Table 8-4 Conference Max Plus Programming Options

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 8-3 Conference Max Plus Keypad Functions (Continued) Function CLEAR (vertical line Press to clear the last digit entered or press and hold to and left arrow icon) clear all numbers. Press to exit programming mode.
  • Page 564: Section 4 Nec Sip Conference Max

    ONFERENCE ECTION The NEC SIP Conference Max expandable conferencing telephone provides premium, full-duplex audio to small conference rooms as a single unit and to larger rooms as an expanded system. Up to four SIP Conference Max units can be linked, expanding not only microphone coverage but loudspeaker coverage and control access as well.
  • Page 565: Figure 8-3 Nec Sip Conference Installation

    Link Out jack on the first phone and to the Link In jack on the second phone.  Up to three additional SIP Conference Max phones for a total of four may be connected. Figure 8-4 Install Additional NEC SIP Conference Units System Hardware Manual 8 - 9...
  • Page 566: Table 8-5 Sip Conference Max Keypad Functions

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Connecting and Charging the Batteries To connect and charge the batteries: Slide the cover off the battery compartment on the bottom of one pod. Connect the battery pack plug in the port in the compartment and install the battery pack.
  • Page 567: Table 8-6 Sip Conference Max Programming Options

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Programming Options To enter Programming mode, press and hold REDIAL until a diamond arrow is displayed on the LCD. Then press the applicable key and follow the instruction Table 8-4 Conference Max Plus Programming Options. Table 8-6 SIP Conference Max Programming Options...
  • Page 568: Compliance

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Compliance This product is in compliance with the following regulations and requirements:  FCC Part 15/ICES-003 This product has been tested and complies with the limits for a Class A digital device. FCC Part 68 ...
  • Page 569 Installing SV8100 Optional Equipment ENERAL NFORMATION ECTION This chapter provides information for installing optional equipment, such as term PGD(2)-U10 ADPs, background music, door boxes, DSS consoles, D VSR, external paging as well as other handsets, recording devices and Chapter adapters on the SV8100 digital and IP telephones. PGD(2)-U10 ADP ECTION Using a PGD(2)-U10 ADP...
  • Page 570: Figure 9-1 Pgd(2)-U10 Adp

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 The PGD(2)-U10 ADP connects to any available digital extension port. The terminal connections made in the PGD(2)-U10 ADP and the jumper settings determine what features are used for each circuit. Channel 2 Channel 1 Status LED...
  • Page 571: Figure 9-2 Remove Cover From Pgd(2)-U10 Adp

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Remove the screw from the front of the PGD(2)-U10 ADP. Figure 9-2 Remove Cover from PGD(2)-U10 ADP Using a screwdriver, break out the plastic piece covering the cable hole. Figure 9-3 Remove Plastic Cover from Cable Hole Set the S3 –...
  • Page 572: Figure 9-4 Pgd(2)-U10 Adp Jumper Settings

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 9-2 PGD(2)-U10 ADP S3 – S6 Jumper Settings Function LED Indication Open Open Door Box On when in use. Open Short External Paging Speaker On when in use. Channel 1 Short Open External Ringer On when in use.
  • Page 573 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Strip one end of the cable to be connected to the control relay or door box so that approximately 1/4” (8mm) of bare wire is exposed. Insert the cable into the proper CN4 or CN5 location while holding down the lock button (holding down this lock button is easiest with a flat-head screwdriver).
  • Page 574: Figure 9-5 Pgd(2)-U10 Adp Connection Diagram

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 9-5 PGD(2)-U10 ADP Connection Diagram 9 - 6 Installing SV8100 Optional Equipment...
  • Page 575: Figure 9-6 Connecting Cable To The Pgd(2)-U10 Adp

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Flat-head screwdriver Cable Press down CN4, CN5 Figure 9-6 Connecting Cable to the PGD(2)-U10 ADP Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for any additional connection required. Replace the cover and tighten the screw to hold the cover in place.
  • Page 576: Figure 9-7 Pgd(2)-U10 Adp Connections

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 9-7 PGD(2)-U10 ADP Connections Install a modular jack for each PGD(2)-U10 ADP. For each module, run one-pair 24 AWG station cable from the cross-connect block to a modular jack. Ground the unused pair. Terminate the extension leads to GRN/RED of the modular jack.
  • Page 577: Figure 9-8 Installing The Screws

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 In some cases, when testing the operation of an extension port when connecting to a Cordless II, Cordless Lite II, or PGD(2)-U10 ADP, a technician may connect a line cord directly from an extension port on the CD-8DLCA/CD-16DLCA Blade. Though this is not the recommended connection, it can be used to test these devices.
  • Page 578: Figure 9-9 Wall Mounting The Pgd(2)-U10 Adp

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 The back of the PGD(2)-U10 ADP has two key-hole type openings. Place the PGD(2)-U10 ADP over the two screws and slide it down or over (depending on the positioning) to lock it in place. Figure 9-9 Wall Mounting the PGD(2)-U10 ADP...
  • Page 579: Figure 9-10 Cpru Connections

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Install bridging clips as required. Figure 9-10 CPRU Connections ECTION Installing a Door Box A PGD(2)-U10 ADP is required for this option. The Door Box is a self-contained, water-resistant, Intercom unit typically used to monitor an entrance door. A visitor at the door can press the Door Box call button (like a door bell).
  • Page 580 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Make sure the jumper in the PGD(2)-U10 ADP for the associated Door Box is set correctly. (Refer to Figure 9-4 PGD(2)-U10 ADP Jumper Settings on page 9-4). If a line cord was not previously connected to the PGD(2)-U10 ADP, complete Steps 3-6.
  • Page 581: Figure 9-11 Setting The Pgd(2)-U10 Adp For A Door Box

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 9-11 Setting the PGD(2)-U10 ADP for a Door Box System Hardware Manual 9 - 13...
  • Page 582: Figure 9-12 Installing A Door Box

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 9-12 Installing a Door Box 9 - 14 Installing SV8100 Optional Equipment...
  • Page 583: Section 5 External Paging

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 XTERNAL AGING ECTION External Page Two external page zone/door box circuits are provided by each PGD(2)-U10 ADP installed. Each Door Box/external page circuit provides a dry relay contact. The CD-CP00-US also provides a connection for external paging and a relay.
  • Page 584: Figure 9-13 Pgd(2)-U10 Adp Cable Connection

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Terminate the extension leads to GRN/RED of the modular jack. Terminate the unused leads to the jack. Install bridging clips as required. Plug a modular line cord from the mod jack to the CN1 connector on the PGD(2)-U10 ADP.
  • Page 585: External Page Relays

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 The PGD(2)-U10 ADP provides amplifiers for each page output port (for a maximum of +8 dBM, 600 ohms at 1KHz). No additional page amplification is provided by the PGD(2)-U10 ADP but, if required, an external page amplifier can be used for additional amplification.
  • Page 586: Door Box /External Page Relay Contacts

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Door Box /External Page Relay Contacts 6.2.1 Connecting a Contact Relay Device to a Door Box/External Page Relay To connect a dry contact relay device to a Door Box/External Page Relay: To connect to the CD-CP00-US:...
  • Page 587: Figure 9-14 Cd-Cp00-Us Page Connections

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 The relay closes when the Door Box/external page zone is called. The maximum applied voltage is 24vDC at .5A for each contact. Figure 9-14 CD-CP00-US Page Connections XTERNAL ECORDING YSTEM XTERNAL INGER ECTION External Recording System or External Ringer The PGD(2)-U10 ADP allows the connection of an external recording system or external ringer.
  • Page 588: Installing An External Recording System Or External Ringer

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Installing an External Recording System or External Ringer To connect to the PGD(2)-U10 ADP: Make sure the jumper in the PGD(2)-U10 ADP for the channel is set correctly. (Refer to Figure 9-4 PGD(2)-U10 ADP Jumper Settings on page 9-4).
  • Page 589: Figure 9-15 Pgd(2)-U10 Adp Cable Connection

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 9-15 PGD(2)-U10 ADP Cable Connection Programming 10-03-01 : ETU Setup – Terminal Type (Circuit 1)  10-03-06 : ETU Setup – Terminal Type (Circuit 2) Confirm that the PGD(2)-U10 ADP has defined the circuit as either type 7 for External Ringer or 9 for ACIs.
  • Page 590 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 11-08-01 : ACI Group Pilot Number  Assign pilot numbers to ACI groups. When a user dials the pilot number, they reach an available ACI software port in the group. ACI Groups 1 ~ 16 11-12-50 : Service Code Setup (For Service Access) ...
  • Page 591: Section 8 Music Sources

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 15-12-02 : Conversation Recording Destination for Extensions –  ACI Automatic Recording for Incoming Call Determine whether an extension should be automatically recorded when an incoming call is received (0=Off, 1=On). External Ringer 31-05-01 : Universal Night Answer/Ring Over Paging ...
  • Page 592: Figure 9-16 Cpru Connections

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Connecting to the PGD(2)-U10 ADP: Make sure the jumper in the PGD(2)-U10 ADP for the channel is set correctly. (Refer to Figure 9-4 PGD(2)-U10 ADP Jumper Settings on page 9-4). If a line cord was not previously connected to the PGD(2)-U10 ADP, complete Steps 3~6.
  • Page 593: Figure 9-17 Pgd(2)-U10 Adp Connections

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 9-17 PGD(2)-U10 ADP Connections System Hardware Manual 9 - 25...
  • Page 594: Night Mode Selector Switch

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 IGHT ELECTION ECTION Night Mode Selector Switch The Night Mode Switch relay closes when the system detects either an open or closure on the MISC block NIGHT SW terminals. Maximum 48v DC is output to the switch when open, and 7mA DC when shorted.
  • Page 595: Figure 9-18 Removing The Faceplate

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 10.1.1 Removing the Faceplate Use the small notch at the lower right corner of the telephone, to lift the faceplate up. Each corner has a plastic locking pin which releases as  the faceplate is lifted up.
  • Page 596: Pc Compatibility

    The D Voice Security Recorder is a USB device that taps across the digital extension pair of the NEC telephone system allowing digital recording of the telephone user’s conversation. The file created is saved either to the local PC or to a network location, depending on the application blade. This adapter is for use with digital multiline terminals.
  • Page 597: Figure 9-20 Vsr Connection Configuration

    Run the Setup.exe program file from the NEC installation CD BEFORE connecting the telephone interface unit to the PC. Using the USB cable provided, connect the USB interface of the NEC VSR unit to an available USB port on the PC.
  • Page 598 D VSR unit. term Connect the NEC telephone system to the remaining port on the D VSR unit. You are now ready to record. For Windows 2000 or XP term Using the USB cable provided, connect the USB interface on the D VSR unit to your PC.
  • Page 599: Figure 9-21 Voice Security Recorder Installation-1

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 9-21 Voice Security Recorder Installation-1 System Hardware Manual 9 - 31...
  • Page 600: Figure 9-22 Voice Security Recorder Installation-2

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Insert the NEC Installation CD in your CD drive and press Next>. Figure 9-22 Voice Security Recorder Installation-2 If you downloaded the files from the internet, uncheck the Search removable media box, select the Include this location… box and enter the location where you stored the downloaded files (e.g.
  • Page 601: Figure 9-23 Voice Security Recorder Installation-3

    Run SBladep.exe on your NEC Installation CD to install the D Voice Security Recorder application software on your PC. Using the USB cable provided, connect the USB interface of the NEC VSR unit to an available USB port on your PC.
  • Page 602: Figure 9-24 Vsr User Interface Tab Options

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 A quick-start instruction sheet and a recorded user guide that steps the user through the various options are provided. The VSR application supports Microsoft Operating Systems that support USB devices. The following systems meet this requirement: WIN 98SE ...
  • Page 603: Figure 9-25 Vsr Playback Tab

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 9-25 VSR Playback Tab Figure 9-26 Caller ID or Comment Editor System Hardware Manual 9 - 35...
  • Page 604 Caller ID and number dialed are not available on the first release. Check with  NEC for release date. The user can list recordings in order of importance (using exclamation mark) with Caller ID, Time + Date, or duration.
  • Page 605: Figure 9-27 View Levels And Control Recording

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 11.3.4 VSR Record Tab This tab allows the user to view recording levels and control the recording. Figure 9-27 View Levels and Control Recording The Oscilloscope shows the local and remote levels on the line separately (Microphone is the user level, and speaker is the distant party level).
  • Page 606: Figure 9-28 Vsr About Tab

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 11.3.5 About Tab This tab provides version and manufacturer information. Figure 9-28 VSR About Tab 9 - 38 Installing SV8100 Optional Equipment...
  • Page 607: Figure 9-29 Select Vsr Setup Options

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 11.3.6 Options Tab This tab allows the user to select various setup options of the VSR. Figure 9-29 Select VSR Setup Options Automatically start recording every call  Starts the recording when a call, including an internal extension call, is made.
  • Page 608: Figure 9-30 Manage Calls At Completion

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Call Selection  Saves all calls or only those that exceed an established limit. Show splash screen at startup  When selected, the VSR logo is shown for five seconds when the application is started. Email format ...
  • Page 609: Figure 9-31 File Management Tab

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 11.3.7 File Management Tab File management is necessary when the user makes many telephone calls and stores each conversation. The selections are self-explanatory. Figure 9-31 File Management Tab System Hardware Manual 9 - 41...
  • Page 610: Figure 9-32 Comvurgent Options For Additional Adjustments

    Figure 9-32 Comvurgent Options for Additional Adjustments This special configuration program can only be accessed by browsing to the installation location (default C:\Program term Files\Comvurgent\XtRecorder), and then click on the NEC D Config.exe. The customer takes all responsibility to ensure they meet legal requirements. ...
  • Page 611: Figure 9-33 Customizing Application To Meet Requirements

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 9-33 Customizing Application to Meet Requirements Display splash screen at the start of each call  Reminds user that recording is taking place by splashing a screen with every call. term Show D Recorder dialog at the start of each call ...
  • Page 612: Figure 9-34 Voice Security Recorder Connection

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Password  Locks access to these settings and those at the user level.  When changes are made, the application must be closed and started again to become effective. Figure 9-34 Voice Security Recorder Connection 11.4 Operation Note term ®...
  • Page 613: Or 16-Port Digital Call Logging Unit

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 11.5 4- or 16-Port Digital Call Logging Unit 11.5.1 Description The 4- and 16-Port Digital Call Logging Units are Universal Serial Bus (USB) devices installed in the BackOffice next to the telephone system. Up to 12 of the 4-Port Digital Call Logging Units can be connected to a single PC (providing 48 ports).
  • Page 614: Figure 9-35 Digital Call Logging Unit Connection Configuration

    Configuration. Figure 9-35 Digital Call Logging Unit Connection Configuration 11.5.3 Connectors The NEC 4-Port Digital Call Logging Unit USB recording device has four connectors and four LED indicators: One PC USB connector, from which the device derives its  power and streams all speech and control channel information up to the host PC and NEC BackOffice application.
  • Page 615: Package Contents

    USB Controller Card. An available PCI slot for each USB Controller Card.  LAN connection for remote access to stored calls.  NEC BackOffice Recorder software.   Calls should be stored on the same host PC. ...
  • Page 616: Installation

    11.5.6.1 Location Preparation The wiring for the extensions should be within six feet of the PC location. For this reason, the PC for the NEC BackOffice Recorder should be located near the MDF for extension wiring. The installer must prepare the wiring to tap off the digital pair with a T-Connect type setup.
  • Page 617: Install The 4- Or 16-Port Digital Call Logging Unit

    USB cable and plug the USB cable in the PC. Windows responds with the Found New Hardware wizard. Insert the provided NEC BackOffice CD in the CD drive of the PC. Direct the installation of the driver to Specific Location and specify the Driver folder on the CD.
  • Page 618: Figure 9-36 Digital Station Ports

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Leave the CD in the CD drive and connect the next device, you may need to direct windows to the CD with each device you connect. Also, you may need to restart the PC with each device connection (this may require two restarts per device).
  • Page 619: Install The 4- Or 16-Port Digital Call Logging Unit Backoffice Software

    Issue 2.0 11.5.6.4 Install the 4- or 16-Port Digital Call Logging Unit BackOffice Software Insert the NEC BackOffice CD in the CD drive of the PC. Locate the Recorder folder. Click on the Setup.exe file in the Recorder folder. Select Telephone System-Type.
  • Page 620: Figure 9-37 Recorder Screen

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 9-37 Recorder Screen Double click on the first line in the sequence to configure. The Enter Line Details dialog box is displayed (each device is identified with a unique serial number – followed by a 1, 2, 3 or 4 which identifies the port from left to right on the device).
  • Page 621: Figure 9-38 Enter Line Details Dialog Box

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 9-38 Enter Line Details Dialog Box Name the device (user or extension name). Click on the Browse button to identify the storage location for the device. It is recommended that you create a Master Calls folder with a subfolder for each device.
  • Page 622 File then Exit from the Recorder screen menu to save your configuration. The NEC Recorder now records every call to and from the telephones. It is important to use proper procedure to shut down the application and PC when necessary.
  • Page 623: Figure 9-39 Recorder Screen

    Issue 2.0 Figure 9-39 Recorder Screen 11.5.6.5 Choose and Install Player Options Several player options are available with the NEC BackOffice Recording solution. Desktop Player – can be loaded on an individual  user’s PC, giving the user complete access (although restrictions can be applied) to call management;...
  • Page 624: Figure 9-40 D Term Vsr Manager Screen

    Desktop Player which is used by an individual user to play back term their own archive of calls or to play back NEC D VSR calls stored on their PC or network. It easily manages calls from one storage location. It does not...
  • Page 625: Figure 9-41 Vsr Manager Screen

    Issue 2.0 The second player option is the VSR Manager. Take your call recording environment to the next level with NEC VSR application software. VSR Manager provides advanced visibility, access, retrieval, and playback tools for the VSR Recorder administrators. It provides an intuitive interface for...
  • Page 626: Hardware And Software Check For Vsr Manager 2.0

    Windows 2000 (recommended latest service pack) Windows 2003 Microsoft .Net Framework 1.1+  If your PC does not meet the above requirements, please contact NEC. VSR Manager 2.0 can be provided if upgrading to the minimum requirements is not possible or desirable.
  • Page 627: Is The Microsoft.net Framework 1.1 Installed?

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 11.6.1.4 Is the Microsoft.Net Framework 1.1 Installed? VSR Manager 2.0 requires the Microsoft .Net Framework, which should be installed on your PC prior to installing VSR Manager. If your Windows operating system has been kept updated with Windows Service Packs, the Microsoft .Net Framework 1.1 likely has already been...
  • Page 628: Install And Register Vsr Manager 2.0

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 The Application Security Key is associated  with your Software license. The Application Security Key is  non-transferable and cannot be replaced if lost. If the key becomes damaged within the  warranty period, you must return your key to support for verification and replacement if the nature of the damage qualifies.
  • Page 629: Register Vsr Manager

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 11.6.3.2 Register VSR Manager To get additional support, it’s a good idea to register your copy of VSR Manager. When you register, you can sign up for timely EMail notices about product updates so you can keep VSR Manager running at peak performance and benefit from any new features and enhancements.
  • Page 630: Vsr Reporter Pro 2.0 Installation

    Desktop Player which is used by an individual user to play back term their own archive of calls or to play back NEC D VSR calls stored on their PC or network. It easily manages calls from one storage location. It does not...
  • Page 631: Figure 9-43 Vsr Reporter Pro Screen

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 VSR Reporter Pro allows the manager or supervisor to quickly and easily gain access to important calls. Figure 9-43 VSR Reporter Pro Screen These two players can be combined in any number of configurations within the company, providing control and management where needed and simple playback in other locations.
  • Page 632: Minimum Software Requirements

    Windows 2003 Microsoft .Net Framework 1.1+  If your PC does not meet the above requirements, please contact NEC. VSR Reporter Pro 2.0 can be provided if upgrading to the minimum requirements is not possible or desirable. 11.7.1.3 Screen Resolution...
  • Page 633: Install Your Application Security Key

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 If the Microsoft.Net Framework 1.1 is not installed, you can download it from the Microsoft web site.  The link to Microsoft .Net Framework download at time of this writing:http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/ details.aspx?FamilyID=262d25e3-f589-4842-8157- 034d1e7cf3a3&displaylang=en Not sure if.Net is installed: If you have any doubt, try to install VSR Reporter Pro 2.0.
  • Page 634: Install And Register Vsr Reporter Pro 2.0

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 11.7.3 Install and Register VSR Reporter Pro 2.0 In a multi-user operating systems, such as Windows 2000 or Windows XP, applications are generally installed in a folder from which it can be run by all users, such as C:\Program Files. You can install or uninstall applications only if you have administrative privileges on your computer.
  • Page 635: Figure 9-44 Installing Adapters

    The ILPA does the negotiation and detection with the switch and then relays the power to the IP terminal device. This provides an additional way to power the NEC IP terminals. With this adapter, the IP terminals on the UNIVERGE SV8100 system can be powered using: Local power connecting the IP terminal to a local AC wall outlet using the ...
  • Page 636: Figure 9-45 In-Line Power Adapter

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100  NEC power supply PoE-managed switch (BlueFire 200/24) (in-line and spare pair detection) Router Blade (spare pair detection)   Cisco Data Switch – CDP supported (in-line and spare pair detection) In-Line Power Adapter  Figure 9-45 In-Line Power Adapter 12.2.1...
  • Page 637: Figure 9-46 In-Line Power Adapter Switch Settings

    SW1 Setting IEEE802.3af STD System Cisco Discovery Protocol System NEC BlueFire 200/24 Switch Set the switch setting on the NEC IPhone or IP adapter to the correct position. IPhone (SW2) or IP Adapter (SW1) SW Setting NEC Power Patch Panel...
  • Page 638: Figure 9-47 Nec Terminal Connection To An Ieee 802.3Af Poe Switch

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Connect the NEC VoIP telephone to the TEL connector on the ILPA-R adapter with the LAN cable provided with the adapter. If a customer-provided cable is used, the total length from  the switch to the telephone should be less than 328 feet.
  • Page 639: Figure 9-48 Ada-L Unit

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 12.3 ADA-L UNIT Using the ADA-L UNIT (Ancillary Device Adapter) provides a recording jack connection from a telephone to an external tape recorder, speaker or PC. Both sides of the conversation are recorded. The adapter output is a 1/8”...
  • Page 640: Table 9-3 Ada-L Unit Switch Settings

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 9-48 ADA-L UNIT To provide control to the recorder or to enable/disable the record start warning tones, refer to Table 9-3 ADA-L UNIT Switch Settings. Table 9-3 ADA-L UNIT Switch Settings Switch Description/Settings Record Confirmation Tone...
  • Page 641: Table 9-4 Dt330 Compatibility Settings

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 9-4 DT330 Compatibility Settings Terminal Lot Number DT-330 ADA-L Unit Switch xxx I Lx or lower xxx I Mx xxxJSx or higher Settings (Version 1.E0 or lower) (Version 8.10) (Version 2.20 or higher) ADA Connection for...
  • Page 642: Figure 9-49 Separate Tilt Leg From Leg Support

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Stoppers Tilt Leg Figure 9-49 Separate Tilt Leg from Leg Support Push the two stopper tabs through the slots to separate the tilt leg from the leg support. Lay the tilt leg and the leg support flat to expose ADA-L UNIT compartment.
  • Page 643: Figure 9-51 Install Ada-L Unit

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 9-51 Install ADA-L UNIT Return tilt leg to original position. Reconnect all cables previously disconnected. 12.3.3 ADA-L UNIT Connection The mini-plug connection cord should not use an attenuator and have a monaural (single ring) mini-plug connection for normal recording.
  • Page 644: Figure 9-52 Ada-L Out Jack Connection

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 9-52 ADA-L OUT Jack Connection 12.3.3.2 ADA-L UNIT Connection for Sending Recorded Calls to the Telephone Set the ADA-L UNIT DSW switches (see Figure 9-48 ADA-L UNIT on page 9-72). Set DSW 6 to ON.
  • Page 645: Figure 9-54 Apr-L Unit

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 12.4 APR-L UNIT The APR-L UNIT (Analog Port Ringer) provides an analog interface for the terminal. The APR-L UNIT adapter provides ringing which allows the connected device to be used for incoming and outgoing calls. This adapter...
  • Page 646: Figure 9-55 Separate Tilt Leg From Leg Support

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Set the DIP switches on the APR adapter to the required position. 12.4.2 Installing the APR-L UNIT Perform the following to connect the APR-L UNIT to the Bottom Option Interface located underneath the DTL multiline terminal.
  • Page 647: Figure 9-56 Bottom Option Interface Knockout

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Bottom Option Knockout Interface Figure 9-56 Bottom Option Interface Knockout Using the exposed Bottom Option Interface as a guide, install the APR-L UNIT in the bottom of the DTL multiline terminal. Push down until left and right tabs are seated (Refer to...
  • Page 648 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Before removing the adapter, to avoid any hardware problems, unplug the line cord, then any other adapter cables. To determine the APR analog extension number 10-03-04 : Optional Installed Unit 1 Display the type of terminal installed. This can be used to verify that the system recognizes the adapter.
  • Page 649: Figure 9-58 Psa-L Unit

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 PSTN User System/PSTN Switch Volume Control Figure 9-58 PSA-L UNIT PSTN DTMF/DP Figure 9-59 PSA-L UNIT Connections System Hardware Manual 9 - 81...
  • Page 650: Figure 9-60 Separate Tilt Leg From Leg Support

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 12.5.1 Installing the PSA-L Adapter Before installing or removing the PSA-L adapter, remove the line cord, LAN cable, and then AC adapter from the outlet. Turn multiline terminal upside down. Unplug the line cord and handset cord from the multiline terminal.
  • Page 651: Figure 9-61 Remove Legs From Multiline Terminal

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 9-61 Remove Legs From Multiline Terminal Disconnect serial connection cord from terminal body. Leave cord connected to the cradle unit. Push latch to right to unlock the cradle unit. Then push the cradle unit forward to separate from the terminal body.
  • Page 652: Figure 9-63 Attach Psa-L Unit To The Multiline Terminal

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Fit the projections on the side of the PSA-L UNIT into the guide holes on the side of the terminal and pull toward you until the PSA-L UNIT snaps into place. Figure 9-63 Attach PSA-L UNIT to the Multiline Terminal Gently press the serial cable into the grooved cutout for the cable.
  • Page 653: Figure 9-65 Insert Stopper For Handset Use

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Connect the serial connection cord (refer to Figure 9-63 Attach PSA-L UNIT to the Multiline Terminal on page 9-84) from the PSA-L UNIT to the terminal body. Open the Dip Switch Cover (refer to Figure 9-59 PSA-L UNIT Connections on page 9-81).
  • Page 654: Figure 9-67 Insert Handset Cable

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 If using the handset, install the handset cable (refer to Figure 9-67 Insert Handset Cable). Figure 9-67 Insert Handset Cable Attach the analog trunk cable and the handset cable. Refer to Figure 9-59 PSA-L UNIT Connections on page 9-81.
  • Page 655: Figure 9-68 Remove Plastic Panels

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Remove both plastic panels from the front of the multiline terminal. Figure 9-68 Remove Plastic Panels Pull tab down and lift out the numbered keypad panel. Figure 9-69 Remove Numbered Keypad System Hardware Manual 9 - 87...
  • Page 656: Figure 9-70 Install Numbered Keypad

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Install the new keypad panel supplied with the PSA-L UNIT. Figure 9-70 Install Numbered Keypad Install both plastic panels to the front of the multiline terminal (refer to Figure 9-71 Install Plastic Panels). Figure 9-71 Install Plastic Panels Connect the line cord to the adapter.
  • Page 657: Using The Psa-L Adapter

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 12.5.2 Using the PSA-L Adapter CAUTION: Before installing or removing the PSA-L adapter, remove the line cord, LAN cable, and then AC adapter from the outlet. Placing Calls: When the PSTN line is activated either manually by the switch or due to a power failure, use the dial pad buttons (0-9, *, #) to ...
  • Page 658: Figure 9-72 Gba-L Unit

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 12.6 Gigabit Adapter (GBA-L UNIT) The GBA-L UNIT enables IP telephones (DT730/DT750) to operate in a Gigabit Ethernet environment. A single Gigabit Ethernet desktop drop provides a 10/100Mbps to the IP telephone and a gigabit connection to a personal computer.
  • Page 659: Figure 6-67 Separate Tilt Leg From Leg Support

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Unplug the line cord and handset cord from the multiline terminal.  Only one GBA-L UNIT can be attached to the DTL/ITL multiline terminal. Lower the tilt leg to the first position (refer to Figure 9-73 Separate Tilt Leg from Leg Support).
  • Page 660: Figure 9-74 Remove Legs From Multiline Terminal

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 9-74 Remove Legs From Multiline Terminal Plug in the LAN cable and gently press the cable into the grooved cutout (refer to Figure 9-75 Attach the LAN Cable). Figure 9-75 Attach the LAN Cable 9 - 92...
  • Page 661: Figure 9-76 Attach The Dc Power Cable

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Plug in the DC power cable and gently press the cable into the grooved cutout (refer to Figure 9-76 Attach the DC Power Cable). Figure 9-76 Attach the DC Power Cable Assemble the legs and bracket then align with tab holes (refer Figure 9-77 Align Bracket with Terminal).
  • Page 662: Figure 9-78 Pass Cabling Through Bracket

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Pass the LAN and DC power cables through the bracket (refer Figure 9-78 Pass Cabling Through Bracket). Figure 9-78 Pass Cabling Through Bracket Slide the supporting bracket forward until a click is heard (refer Figure 9-79 Secure Bracket to Terminal).
  • Page 663: Figure 9-80 Secure Gba-L Unit Base To Bracket Assembly

    Secure base of GBA-L UNIT to bracket assembly (refer to Figure 9-80 Secure GBA-L UNIT Base to Bracket Assembly). Figure 9-80 Secure GBA-L UNIT Base to Bracket Assembly Install the NEC provided Cat 5 Ethernet cable (refer to Figure 9-81 IP Phone(X) Connection).
  • Page 664: Figure 9-82 Pc(X) Connection

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Install the NEC provided Cat 5 Ethernet cable (refer to Figure 9-82 PC(X) Connection). Figure 9-82 PC(X) Connection Install the NEC provided power cable (refer to Figure 9-83 DC Power Connection). Figure 9-83 DC Power Connection...
  • Page 665: Figure 9-84 Lan(=) Connection

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Connect the Core then plug in the Network connection cable (refer to Figure 9-84 LAN(=) Connection). Figure 9-84 LAN(=) Connection Install the cable from the optional external AC adapter (refer to Figure 9-85 AC to DC In Connection).
  • Page 666: Figure 9-86 Gba-L Unit Installed

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Cable installation for the GBA-L UNIT complete (refer to Figure 9-86 GBA-L UNIT Installed). Figure 9-86 GBA-L UNIT Installed 9 - 98 Installing SV8100 Optional Equipment...
  • Page 667: Figure 9-87 Gba-L Unit Connectivity Chart

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 12.6.2 GBA-L UNIT Connection The following chart outlines the connectivity available to the GBA-L UNIT: Figure 9-87 GBA-L UNIT Connectivity Chart 12.6.3 LED Display The following provides a list of each LED and associated operation and status indications. Refer to...
  • Page 668: Figure 9-88 Gba-L Unit Led Display

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 When 1000Mbps is When 100Mbps is When 10Mbps is LED Name Connected Connected Connected SPEED Display Green Lighting Red Lighting Turning Off LED Name At LINK (At the Data Communication) LINK/ACT Display Green Lighting Green Blinking...
  • Page 669: Table 9-5 Rj-61 Cable Connector

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 When connecting the RJ-61 cables to the COIU Blade, note the position of the Power Failure connector. Do not confuse connector CN3 as the CN2 trunk connector. 13.2 Connector Pin-Outs on COIU Blade for Power Failure Circuits...
  • Page 670: Figure 9-89 Power Failure Connector (Cn3) Shown On Cd-4Cotb Blade

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 9-89 Power Failure Connector (CN3) Shown on CD-4COTB Blade 9 - 102 Installing SV8100 Optional Equipment...
  • Page 671: Section 2 Multiline Terminals

    term Installing D Series i Telephones ECTION ENERAL NFORMATION term The SV8100 system supports several different Electra Elite IPK II D Series i multiline terminals and an Attendant Console. This chapter describes each terminal and the console and provides instructions for attaching the terminals to the system and for wall mounting.
  • Page 672: Figure 10-1 Dtr-2Dt-1 Tel

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 10-1 DTR-2DT-1 TEL term 10 - 2 Installing D Series i Telephones...
  • Page 673: Figure 10-2 Dtr-4D-1 Tel

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 DTR-4D-1 TEL This digital display multiline terminal has four multifunction keys, four programmable line keys (each with a 2-color LED), nine function keys, two volume keys, four Softkeys, a built-in speakerphone, and a large LED to indicate incoming calls and messages.
  • Page 674: Figure 10-3 Dth-8-1 Tel Multiline Terminal

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 DTH-8-1/2 TEL This digital nondisplay multiline terminal has eight programmable line keys (each with a 2-color LED), a built-in speakerphone, headset jack, a large LED to indicate incoming calls and messages, and compatibility with AD(A)-R, AP(A)-R, AP(R)-R, CT(A)-R, CT(U)-R, or HF-R, Unit. This terminal is available in black or white.
  • Page 675: Figure 10-4 Dth-8D-1 Tel Multiline Terminal

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 DTH-8D-1/2 TEL This digital multiline terminal has eight programmable line keys (each with the 2-color LED), a built-in speakerphone, headset jack, a large LED to indicate incoming calls and messages, and compatibility with AD(A)-R, AP(A)-R, AP(R)-R, CT(A)-R, CT(U)-R, HF-R, or IP-R Unit. This terminal is available in black or white.
  • Page 676: Figure 10-5 Dth-16-1 Tel Multiline Terminal

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 DTH-16-1/2 TEL This digital nondisplay multiline terminal has 16 programmable line keys (each with a 2-color LED), a built-in speakerphone, headset jack, a large LED to indicate incoming calls and messages, and compatibility with AD(A)-R, AP(A)-R, AP(R)-R, CT(A)-R, CT(U)-R, or HF-R, Unit. This terminal is available in black or white.
  • Page 677: Figure 10-6 Dth-16D-1 Tel Multiline Terminal

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 DTH-16D-1/2 TEL This digital multiline terminal has 16 programmable line keys (each with a 2-color LED), a built-in speakerphone, headset jack, a large LED to indicate incoming calls and messages, and compatibility with AD(A)-R, AP(A)-R, AP(R)-R, CT(A)-R, CT(U)-R, HF-R, or IP-R Unit. This terminal is available in black or white.
  • Page 678: Figure 10-7 Dth-16(Bl)-1 Tel Multiline Terminal

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 DTH-16(BL)-1/2 TEL This digital multiline terminal has 16 programmable line keys (each with a 2-color LED), a built-in half-duplex speakerphone, headset jack, a large LED to indicate incoming calls and messages, and compatibility with AD(A)-R, AP(A)-R, AP(R)-R, CT(A)-R, CT(U)-R, HF-R, or IP-R Unit. This terminal is available in black or white.
  • Page 679: Figure 10-8 Dth-16Ld-1 Tel Multiline Terminal

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 DTH-16LD-1/2 TEL This digital multiline terminal has 16 programmable line keys, a built-in speakerphone, headset jack, a large LED to indicate incoming calls and messages, and compatibility with AD(A)-R, AP(A)-R, AP(R)-R, CT(A)-R, CT(U)-R, HF-R or IP-R Unit. This terminal is available in black or white.
  • Page 680: Figure 10-9 Dth-32D-1 Tel Multiline Terminal

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 DTH-32D-1 TEL This digital multiline terminal has 32 programmable line keys (each with a 2-color LED), a built-in speakerphone, headset jack, a large LED to indicate incoming calls and messages, and compatibility with AD(A)-R, AP(A)-R, AP(R)-R, CT(A)-R, CT(U)-R, HF-R, or IP-R Unit. This terminal is available in black or white.
  • Page 681: Figure 10-10 Dcr-60-1( ) Console

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 2.10 DCR-60-1( ) Console The Attendant Console has 115 programmable line keys (each with a 2-color LED). An AC adapter is required and provided with the Attendant Console. Figure 10-10 DCR-60-1( ) Console System Hardware Manual...
  • Page 682: Figure 10-11 Connecting A Multiline Terminal To The System

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ECTION ONNECTING A ULTILINE ERMINAL TO THE YSTEM This instruction applies to all DTH/DTR/IP Electra Elite IPK multiline terminals except DTR-2DT-1 TEL. Plug the telephone cord into the modular jack on the bottom side of the multiline terminal.
  • Page 683: Figure 10-13 Connecting The Dcr Console To A Multiline Terminal

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ECTION ONNECTING THE TTENDANT ONSOLE TO A ULTILINE ERMINAL An Attendant DCR-60-1 Console can be attached to a multiline terminal using the following procedure. Place the multiline terminal and the Attendant Console face down. Using the joining plate provided with the Attendant Console, attach the plate to the multiline terminal and the Attendant Console.
  • Page 684: Figure 10-15 Attendant Console And Multiline Terminal

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 When the Attendant Console and the multiline terminal are properly connected, they sit side-by-side as shown in Figure 10-15 Attendant Console and Multiline Terminal.  Use only the AC adapter, provided with the Attendant Console. Using a different AC adapter may cause problems.
  • Page 685: Figure 10-17 Installing Line Card And Plastic Panel On A Multiline Terminal

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ECTION NSTALLING ARDS AND LASTIC ANELS Installing the Line Card and Plastic Panel Line key designations are entered on the line card that is then placed on the telephone to provide a quick reference of key designations. The line cards can be changed as necessary.
  • Page 686: Figure 10-19 Removing The Plastic Panel From The Multiline Terminal

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Removing the Plastic Panel Lift up on the plastic panel as illustrated in Figure 10-19 Removing the Plastic Panel from the Multiline Terminal and remove it from the telephone. Figure 10-19 Removing the Plastic Panel from the Multiline Terminal...
  • Page 687: Figure 10-21 Attaching Directory Card Holder To The Multiline Terminal

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Locate the two grooves on the top of the multiline terminal as illustrated in Figure 10-21 Attaching Directory Card Holder to the Multiline Terminal. Push the directory card holder into the grooves on the multiline terminal until they snap into place.
  • Page 688: Figure 10-22 Removing The Button Set From A Multiline Terminal

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ECTION NSTALLING A UTTON ET ON A ULTILINE ERMINAL The BS( )-R Unit button set can be installed on a multiline terminal to accommodate French and Spanish languages. The keypad provides the appropriate language designations. Remove the plastic cover. (Refer to paragraph 6.2 Removing the Plastic Panel...
  • Page 689: Figure 10-24 Raising The Height On The Dth/Dtr Multiline Terminal

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 ECTION DJUSTING THE EIGHT ON A ULTILINE ERMINAL The base plate on the multiline terminal is hinged to allow the height of the terminal to be raised or lowered. Grasp in the middle of the hollow spaces at the top and pull up until the retaining tabs click to raise the base plate.
  • Page 690: Figure 10-26 Removing Base Plate

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ECTION EMOVING OR NSTALLING THE LATE ON A ULTILINE ERMINAL DTH/DTR multiline terminals come equipped with a base cover. 10.1 Removing the Base Plate Extend the base plate to maximum height. Press the tabs as illustrated in...
  • Page 691: Figure 10-27 Installing Base Plate

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 10.2 Installing the Base Plate Line up the four tabs on the extended base cover with corresponding slots on the multiline terminal as illustrated in Figure 10-27 Installing Base Plate. Slide the cover in the direction of the arrows until it clicks in place.
  • Page 692: Figure 10-28 Removing The Hanger Hook On A Multiline Terminal

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ECTION OUNTING ULTILINE ERMINALS You can wall mount a DTH/DTR connection multiline terminal (except for DTR-2D-1 TEL) using the base cover or an optional wall mount unit. A wall mount unit must be used if adapters are installed on the multiline terminal.
  • Page 693: Figure 10-30 Removing The Cutout

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 11.1.2 Wall Mounting the Multiline Terminal Extend and remove the base cover from the telephone. Refer Section 10 Removing or Installing the Base Plate on a Multiline Terminal. Remove cutout shown in Figure 10-30 Removing the Cutout.
  • Page 694: Figure 10-32 Wall Mounting The Base Plate

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Turn the base cover upside down, feed the line cord through the cutout and attach the cover to the wall using six screws as shown in Figure 10-32 Wall Mounting the Base Plate. Figure 10-32 Wall Mounting the Base Plate Install the multiline terminal over the four tabs on the base cover, and push down until it clicks in place.
  • Page 695: Figure 10-34 Plugging Line Cord Into Multiline Terminal

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Plug the line cord into the multiline terminal as illustrated in Figure 10-34 Plugging Line Cord into Multiline Terminal. Figure 10-34 Plugging Line Cord into Multiline Terminal Push spare line cord behind the multiline terminal as shown in Figure 10-35 Hiding Excess Cord.
  • Page 696: Figure 10-36 Removing The Multiline Terminal

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 11.1.3 Removing the Wall Mounted Multiline Terminal from the Base Plate To remove the multiline terminal, press the tabs at the bottom as shown in Figure 10-36 Removing the Multiline Terminal, and push up on the Telephone until it comes loose.
  • Page 697: Figure 10-38 Wall Mounted Multiline Terminal

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Hang the multiline terminal on the base cover. Figure 10-38 Wall Mounted Multiline Terminal  Because of variation in wall plates, this method is not recommended. System Hardware Manual 10 - 27...
  • Page 698: Figure 10-39 Attaching The Wall Mount Unit To The Wall

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ECTION OUNTING A ULTILINE ERMINAL USING THE OUNT (WM-R U The Wall Mount Unit is used to attach any DTH/DTR connection multiline terminal (except the DTR-2DT-1 TEL) to the wall. This unit connects to the back side of the telephone.
  • Page 699: Figure 10-40 Attaching The Multiline Terminal To The Wall Mount Unit

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 10-40 Attaching the Multiline Terminal to the Wall Mount Unit Plug the line cord into the multiline terminal as illustrated in Figure 10-41 Plugging in Multiline Terminal Line Cord. Figure 10-41 Plugging in Multiline Terminal Line Cord...
  • Page 700: Figure 10-42 Hiding Excess Cord Behind The Wall Mount Unit

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Push spare line cord behind the multiline terminal as shown in Figure 10-42 Hiding Excess Cord Behind the Wall Mount Unit. Figure 10-42 Hiding Excess Cord Behind the Wall Mount Unit 12.1 Removing the Wall Mounted Multiline Terminal from the Wall...
  • Page 701: Figure 10-44 Mounting Wall Mount Unit On The Wall Plate

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 12.2 Mounting the Wall Mount Unit on a Wall Plate Locate the screw holes on the wall mount unit and hang the cover over the screws on the wall plate as illustrated in Figure 10-44 Mounting Wall Mount Unit on the Wall Plate.
  • Page 702 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK term 10 - 32 Installing D Series i Telephones...
  • Page 703: Figure 11-1 Raising The Base Plate

    term Installing D Series i Optional Equipment ENERAL NFORMATION ECTION The SV8100 system provides several adapters that allow peripheral term equipment to be attached to the IPK II D Series i multiline terminals. This optional equipment enhances the SV8100 system and can be Chapter purchased separately as a customer business grows.
  • Page 704: Figure 11-2 Removing The Multiline Terminal Base Plate

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Press down on the tabs indicated in Figure 11-2 Removing the Multiline Terminal Base Plate, and push forward on the base plate to remove it. Figure 11-2 Removing the Multiline Terminal Base Plate When an adapter is installed for the first time, the base cover on the multiline terminal must be modified.
  • Page 705: Figure 11-3 Modifying Base Plate For Adapter Installation

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Remove for AC Remove for Cable Adapter Plug Connector Remove for Adapter Figure 11-3 Modifying Base Plate for Adapter Installation System Hardware Manual 11 - 3...
  • Page 706: Ac-2R/Ac-3R Unit (Ac Adapter)

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 ECTION NSTALLING DAPTERS AC-2R/AC-3R Unit (AC Adapter) This unit shown in Figure 11-4 AC-2R/AC-3R Unit (AC Adapter) provides power to ancillary devices or to an Attendant Console. The AC-2R/AC-3R Unit must be connected to some adapters that are installed on a multiline terminal.
  • Page 707: Figure 11-4 Ac-2R/Ac-3R Unit (Ac Adapter)

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 The Plug Puller shown in Figure 11-4 AC-2R/AC-3R Unit (AC Adapter) is a hollow cylindrical sleeve with a post and a circular rim on the base. The plug of the adapter is inserted in this hole, and the sleeve is pulled over the back of the plug to seat the post that can then be used to unplug the adapter.
  • Page 708: Figure 11-6 Ad(A)-R Unit

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 AD(A)-R Unit (Ancillary Device Adapter) This Ancillary Device Adapter, shown on Figure 11-6 AD(A)-R Unit, allows connection of a tape recorder to all multiline terminals except the DTR-2DT-1. Figure 11-6 AD(A)-R Unit Figure 11-7 Connecting a Multiline Terminal to a Recording Device using an...
  • Page 709: Figure 11-8 Ad(A)-R Unit Connection Without Pause Control

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 3.2.1 Connecting Cables to the AD(A)-R Unit The first step in installing the AD(A)-R Unit is to connect the cables between the recording device and the AD(A)-R Unit. Cable terminal connectors are located on the side of the AD(A)-R Unit.
  • Page 710: Figure 11-10 Removing Ad(A)-R Unit Cover

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Remove Screw Figure 11-10 Removing AD(A)-R Unit Cover Locate the adapter terminals on the unit. Remove the cap on the adapter terminal to expose the metal receptacle. Push the cable in the applicable receptacle, and replace the cap. Line up the slot on the cap with the slot on the metal receptacle to ensure proper contact.
  • Page 711: Table 11-1 Ad(A)-R Unit Cable Connections

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Table 11-1 AD(A)-R Unit Cable Connections Terminal Cables to Connect Terminal Specifications Number When warning tone is not being Input Terminal: T1 and T2 are enabled sent from the recorder, connect wire for tone generating device when pair input from tone generator to switches SW1-3 and SW1-4 are OFF.
  • Page 712: Figure 11-12 Ad(A)-R Unit Cable Access Port

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 11-1 AD(A)-R Unit Cable Connections (Continued) Terminal Cables to Connect Terminal Specifications Number Notes:  When recording in handsfree (half-duplex) mode using the built-in speakerphone, the record warning tone may not be audible to the far-end party.
  • Page 713: Figure 11-13 Ad(A)-R Switch Default Settings

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 3.2.2 Switch Settings The AD(A)-R Unit has two switch locations SW1/SW2. The location of the switches on the AD(A)-R Unit is illustrated in Figure 11-13 AD(A)-R Switch Default Settings. The dip switches (DSW) allow a technician to configure the unit for specific settings.
  • Page 714: Section 11 Wall Mounting Multiline Terminals

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 11-2 AD(A)-R Unit Switch Settings (Continued) Switch Description/Settings Output Hook Signal to External Device DSW 1 On = Output Off = No Output (Default) Record Confirmation Tone DSW 2 On = Tone On Off = Tone Off (Default)
  • Page 715: Figure 11-14 Attaching The Ad(A)-R Unit To The Multiline Terminal

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 11-14 Attaching the AD(A)-R Unit to the Multiline Terminal Replace the base plate (or wall mount unit) and attach the line cord. Refer to Section 3 Connecting a Multiline Terminal to the System on page 10-12.
  • Page 716: Figure 11-15 Connecting A Multiline Terminal To An Analog Telephone Using An Ap(A)-R Unit/Ap(R)-R Unit (Example)

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 AP(A)-R Unit/AP(R)-R Unit (Port Adapter) The AP(A)-R Unit Analog Port Adapter without Ringer or the AP(R)-R Unit Analog Port Adapter with Ringer is used to install a single line telephone, modem, credit card reader, wireless headset, or other compatible analog device.
  • Page 717: Figure 11-16 Ap(A)-R Unit/Ap(R)-R Unit Switches

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 3.3.1 Switch Settings The AP(A)-R Unit and AP(R)-R Unit have three switch locations. Refer to Table 11-3 AP(A)-R/AP(R)-R Unit Switch Settings for a description of each switch and an explanation of the settings. Figure 11-16 AP(A)-R Unit/AP(R)-R Unit Switches...
  • Page 718: Figure 11-17 Attaching The Ap(A)-R/Ap(R)-R Unit To The Multiline Terminal

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 3.3.2 Installing AP(A)-R or AP(R)-R Unit on a Multiline Terminal The AP(A)-R or AP(R)-R Unit should be installed after the switches are set.  When wall mounting the multiline terminal, a WM-R Unit must be used.
  • Page 719 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 11-17 Attaching the AP(A)-R/AP(R)-R Unit to the Multiline Terminal System Hardware Manual 11 - 17...
  • Page 720: Figure 11-18 Installing The Ferrite Core On The Ap(A)-R/Ap(R)-R Unit

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Install the ferrite core (provided with the unit) about two inches from the line cord plug. AP(A)-R Unit AP(R)-R Unit Figure 11-18 Installing the Ferrite Core on the AP(A)-R/AP(R)-R Unit Connect the line cord to the unit, limiting the cable length from the AP(A)/AP(R)-R Unit to the single line telephone to a maximum of 50 feet.
  • Page 721: Figure 11-19 Ct(A)-R Unit

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 CT(A)-R Unit (Computer Telephony Adapter) The Computer Telephony Adapter, CT(A)-R Unit allows a multiline terminal to be connected to a PC. The PC can perform all multiline terminal functions using a TAPI-compatible application software (Microsoft Telephony Application Programming Interface).
  • Page 722: Figure 11-21 Attaching The Ct(A)-R Unit To The Terminal

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 3.4.1 Installing the CT(A)-R Unit The CT(A)-R Unit should be installed before connecting the PC and before connecting the ESI port to the multiline terminal.  When wall mounting the multiline terminal, a WM-R Unit must be used.
  • Page 723 UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 11-21 Attaching the CT(A)-R Unit to the Terminal Replace the base plate (or wall mount unit) and attach the line cord. Refer to Section 3 Connecting a Multiline Terminal to the System on page 10-12.
  • Page 724: Figure 11-22 Connecting The Rs-232C Cable To The Ct(A)-R Unit

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 3.4.2 Connecting the CT(A)-R Unit to the PC Connect RS-232C cable from the PC to the CT(A)-R Unit as shown Figure 11-22 Connecting the RS-232C Cable to the CT(A)-R Unit. Figure 11-22 Connecting the RS-232C Cable to the CT(A)-R Unit 3.4.3...
  • Page 725: Figure 11-24 Ct(U)-R Unit

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 CT(U)-R Unit (Computer Telephony Adapter) The CT(U)-R Unit Computer Telephony Adapter allows a multiline terminal to be connected to a PC using the PC USB port. Connecting using the USB port provides telephony and sound device control.
  • Page 726: Figure 11-25 Connecting A Multiline Terminal To A Pc Using A Ct(U)-R Unit (Example)

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Figure 11-25 Connecting a Multiline Terminal to a PC using a CT(U)-R Unit (Example) shows how the CT(U)-R Unit is connected to the ESI(8)-U( ) ETU and to the PC. The required AC-2R/AC-3R Unit is not shown.
  • Page 727: Figure 11-5 Connecting The Ac Adapter To An Installed Adapter

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Figure 11-26 Attaching the CT(U)-R Unit to the Multiline Terminal Replace the base plate (or wall mount unit) and attach the line cord. Refer to Section 3 Connecting a Multiline Terminal to the System on page 10-12.
  • Page 728: Figure 11-27 Connecting The Usb Cable To The Ct(U)-R Unit

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 3.5.2 Connecting the CT(U)-R Unit to the PC Connect USB cable from the PC to the CT(U)-R Unit as shown in Figure 11-27 Connecting the USB Cable to the CT(U)-R Unit. Figure 11-27 Connecting the USB Cable to the CT(U)-R Unit 3.5.3...
  • Page 729: Figure 11-28 Attaching The Hf-R Unit To The Multiline Terminal

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 4.1.1 Installing an HF-R Unit on any DTR/DTH Multiline Terminal (except DTR-2DT-1) With the terminal upside down, facing from the bottom of the open cover, install this unit in terminal adapter Slot 1. Figure 11-28 Attaching the HF-R Unit to the Multiline Terminal...
  • Page 730: Figure 11-29 Microphone With Mute

    Installing the External Microphone An external microphone can be installed on the HFU-U Unit. These instructions apply to the external microphone obtained from NEC. The microphone has a locking mute button and a red LED indicator that is off when the microphone is in mute.
  • Page 731: Figure 11-30 Adm Interface Unit

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Add on Module (ADM) The D16(LD)-R ADM creates a 16-button Phonebook directory. The interface for this unit shown in Figure 11-30 ADM Interface Unit is connected in the right adapter connector for the applicable multiline terminal. When another adapter needs to be added, this interface must be moved to the left adapter connector to preserve the cable integrity.
  • Page 732: Figure 11-31 Adm And Multiline Terminal With Base Covers Removed

    Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Table 11-4 DSW1 Switch Positions Series Multiline Terminal DSW1 Switch Positions DTR/H-(8)/(16)D-2( ) term Series i DTR/H -16LD-2( ) TEL DTR/H-16D(BL)-2( ) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Plug the interface unit into the right adapter connection as...
  • Page 733: Figure 11-32 Installing The Connector Plate

    UNIVERGE SV8100 Issue 2.0 Install the connector plate provided with the ADM as shown in Figure 11-32 Installing the Connector Plate on the next page.  The connector plate cannot be used with InMail terminals. Figure 11-32 Installing the Connector Plate...
  • Page 734 Issue 2.0 UNIVERGE SV8100 Install the ADM and multiline terminal as shown on Figure 11-31 ADM and Multiline Terminal with Base Covers Removed on page 11-30. Figure 11-33 Installing Base Units on the Wall term 11 - 32 Installing D...
  • Page 735: Figure 11-34 Nec Ptm Or Ptt Handset

    Using the PTM or PTT handset on an NEC digital terminal prevents eavesdropping and eliminates the worry that privileged information could be transmitted without user authority. These handsets are also an ideal solution to filter unwanted audio transmissions from environments with ambient background noise.
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